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Yesterday our Afternoon Book Discussion gathered to discuss The Four Ms Bradwells by Meg Waite Clayton.  We were privileged to start the discussion with a skype chat with Ms Clayton, who was warm, down-to-earth, and passionate about her writing.  Clayton, who also authored The Wednesday Sisters writes about women's friendships in the midst of larger issues such as women's rights and mother/daughter relationships. The book is a great one for discussions; there are several themes expressed, and I think our group could have gone all afternoon with it.

Due to the fact that copies of the book were not available in the Minerva system, we wound up buying a few copies.  After our discussion, the members of the group felt that this was a book that many groups would enjoy discussing, and expressed a desire that the copies we purchased could be used to lend to other groups.

Therefore, I now have 6 copies of The Four Ms Bradwells.  Any book discussion group that would like to borrow them for their own discussion please contact me and I'll ship them out to you.

Thanks,
Cindy Schilling
Director
Wells Public Library
(207) 646-8181
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