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Sprague Library Book Club: Romance Novels

Sprague Library Book Club: Romance Novels

Join us for the next meeting of the Sprague Library Book Club! Take a study break and get into the spirit of Valentine's Day at the February meeting. Bring a book that you'd like to talk about with others or show up to get recommendations for what to read. We will have books available that you can check out from the Library with your MSU ID card.

Looking for ideas for what to read? Check out this list bit.ly/3bntB07.

Everyone is welcome at the Book Club and light refreshments will be served. The Book Club will meet every month during Spring semester and the topic of the meeting will change each month:

• February: romance
• March: historical fiction
• April: non fiction
• May: sci-fi

Location:  The Book Club meets in the Pop Picks Lounge, on the 1st Floor of Sprague Library, next to the Access Services Desk.

Date:
Friday, February 14, 2020
Time:
3:00am - 4:30pm
Audience:
  Faculty / Staff     Graduate Students     Undergraduate Students  

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