It's a new school year which can only mean...lots of new books to read!
Our first book of the Year will be the new Indian Nations of Wisconsin by Patty Loew. Our discussion will be on Tuesday, September 10th from 6-8pm at the AISCC (215 North Brooks Street).
During this meeting, we will work on planning the next as well. Interested in the next books we'll be focusing on...
September: Wisconsin Native American Heritage
o Indian Nations of Wisconsin by Patty Loew (Tuesday, September 10th)
o Hiawatha by David Treuer (Tuesday, September 24th)
October: Trickster Tales
o Trickster by Matt Dembicki (Tuesday, October 8th)
o Griever: An American Monkey King in China by Gerald Vizenor (Tuesday, October 22nd)
November: Native American Heritage Month
o Facing East from Indian Country by Daniel Richter (Tuesday November 5th)
o House Made of Dawn by N. Scott Mamady (Tuesday, November 19th)
o A Yellow Raft in Blue Water by Michael Dorris (Tuesday, December 3rd)
o Last Standing Woman by Winnona LaDuke (Tuesday, December 17th)
Questions? Comments? Would you like a copy of the fall semester reading list? Do you have a recommendation for the spring semester? Simply email Mary Wise at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Have a wonderful day and happy reading!