Fourth Monday Book Group

We are excited to announce that the Fourth Monday Book Group returns on the Zoom platform. All are invited to join. The book group meets on the 4th Monday at 10:00am (book group does not meet in December). Just read the chosen book and join us ready for discussion. Listeners are always welcome too. Books are selected by the group and include a variety of fiction and nonfiction titles. See below for upcoming Zoom book group meetings. For additional information, contact Shirley Solberg by email.

Fourth Monday Book Group on Zoom

Fourth Monday Book Group is now set for Zoom meetings. We hope to continue monthly on Zoom until it is safe to meet again in person. This platform does allow participation by those in a wider geographic area and may get us past icy and snowy conditions that could complicate our lives in coming weeks. Keep reading!

Zoom Meeting Details:
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https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89114723163?pwd=TExIQ3ZkdHJGRzU4d2Q1Vml5SHdXdz09
Meeting ID: 891 1472 3163
Passcode: 392168
(Updated February 10, 2021)

March Book: "Code Girls: the Untold Story of the American Women Code Breakers of World War II" by Liza Mundy

Nonfiction is the genre for our next book group meeting. We are excited to announce, "Code Girls: the Untold Story of the American Women Code Breakers of World War II" by Liza Mundy for our March discussion. Our March virtual book group meeting will take place on Zoom on Monday, March 22nd at 10:00am - see Zoom meeting details above.
 
Born around 1920 on the brink of women’s suffrage, these “girls” came of age at the onset of the United States entrance into the Second World War on December 7, 1941. This book offers a window into the aspirations and complications of women’s lives in this unique era. Mundy details the devastating course of the war’s early months with special attention to the urgency of decoding apprehended messages.

We have a book set of ten copies of this title available thanks to the Everett Public Library. You can arrange pick up from our church library by contacting Linda Senter, Doreen Solberg, or Shirley Solberg.