One of the great things about this year's Big Read selection, A wizard of Earthsea by Ursula Le Guin, is that there are three more books, equally enthralling, in the Earthsea series, plus Le Guin has written dozens of other wonderful books. If you have read this book with your children, there are numerous other authors in the children's section that both children and adults will enjoy.
As part of the Big Read we are starting an online book discussion of A Wizard of Earthsea by Ursual Le Guin. Actually we are having two online discussions.
One is through this web page. You do need a web page account to participate, you can create one by clicking on create an account in the lower left hand corner of the page.
If you already have an account simply log-in.
We continue our discussion on Elizabeth Gaskell's "Return to Cranford" on March 8th, 2009 in the International Room in the Carnegie Building at 6:00 pm. We will be watching the final half of the DVD of the Masterpiece Classics/BBC production. Here's the review from the LA Times--
The February meeting of the Jane Austen Book Club will be held on February 8th at 6:00 pm at the Carnegie Bldg. We will be continuing our examination of Elizabeth Gaskell's work by watching the DVD of "Return to Cranford," a further examination of the Cranford Chronicles. A review on the Internet by Jace at Televisionary is a fair d
The Jane Austen Book Club met on Dec.