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The Cherry Cola Book Club /

by Lee, Ashton.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York : Kensington Pub., c2013Description: 260 p. ; 21 cm.ISBN: 9780758273413 ; 075827341X.Subject(s): Librarians -- Mississippi -- Fiction | Library users -- Mississippi -- Fiction | Book clubs (Discussion groups) -- Fiction | Library outreach programs -- Fiction | Mississippi -- FictionSummary: "Set in a small town in Mississippi, The Cherry Cola Book Club is the touching and sometimes hilarious story of a young, upbeat librarian who has been given an ultimatum to increase the library's circulation dramatically--or risk having to close its doors. Maura doesn't just start a book club; she gets involved in unique and unexpected ways with her library patrons. She entertains and advises them, she has potluck dinners, and life in the town begins to imitate art. The patrons begin to relate their own lives to the work of writers like Margaret Mitchell and Harper Lee. In moving and personal ways, Maura helps them deal with such subjects as long-lost love and a brush with death, offering advice on nearly everything--including romance. No topic is off limits. Along the way, Maura raises the profile of the library--but will it be enough?"-- From publisher's description.
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General Collection General Collection FICTION-BOOK SHELVES FICTION LEE, A. (Browse shelf) Cherry Checked out 11/14/2014

Includes A reading group guide (p. [257]-260).

"Set in a small town in Mississippi, The Cherry Cola Book Club is the touching and sometimes hilarious story of a young, upbeat librarian who has been given an ultimatum to increase the library's circulation dramatically--or risk having to close its doors. Maura doesn't just start a book club; she gets involved in unique and unexpected ways with her library patrons. She entertains and advises them, she has potluck dinners, and life in the town begins to imitate art. The patrons begin to relate their own lives to the work of writers like Margaret Mitchell and Harper Lee. In moving and personal ways, Maura helps them deal with such subjects as long-lost love and a brush with death, offering advice on nearly everything--including romance. No topic is off limits. Along the way, Maura raises the profile of the library--but will it be enough?"-- From publisher's description.

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