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Memoir-writing is a special form of art, and this March Greenwich Library will help would-be memoirists get started. Previous sessions of Crafting Life Stories, led by former New York Times editor Joan Motyka, have proven so popular with patrons that the Library is offering an advanced version for the first time, as well as the beginner class for a fifth time. 
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The beginner class will meet from 11-1 p.m. for six Thursdays beginning March 10 in the Library Meeting Room. (No class on 3/31.) Required registration begins on Monday, February 8 at 9 a.m. Click here to register.

The advanced class is for those who have previously taken the memoir writing workshop with Joan Motyka. The class will meet on five Wednesdays from 6:30-8:30 p.m. beginning March 23 in the Meeting Room. (No class on 4/20.) Required registration begins on Monday, February 16 at 9 a.m. Click here to register.

Both workshops are designed to help people discover and tell the stories only they can tell - and to do so in a supportive environment that encourages even beginning writers. With a background in journalism and fiction, instructor Joan Motyka will offer journalistic tools and literary techniques to help people explore the significance of people, places and events in their lives. Using readings, prompts and writing assignments, she helps students draw stories from memory, organize them into a narrative and polish them through revision. 

Joan Motyka is a former longtime New York Times editor and writing coach, and has been an editor at The Westchester Review, a literary journal now in its sixth year. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, the International Herald Tribune, the Boston Globe and other publications. She has been leading memoir writing workshops in Westchester and New York City since 2007. 

Crafting Life Stories is made possible through the support of the Greenwich Library Board of Trustees and contributions by generous donors. Click here to contact Michele Martin for more information.  

Preference is given to Greenwich and Perrot Library card holders. All others will be placed on the waitlist in order of registration.
This month the Library debuts Create@GreenwichLibrary, a series designed to foster creative and collaborative learning for all ages. Students in grades 8-12 can develop an app using the Swift programming language and grades 6-8 can get crafty with maker projects during How-To Tuesday. 

The Library's regularly scheduled teen programs, including middle school and high school Student Leadership Council, Friday Night Chess and Middle School Book Club meet monthly and are open to all without registration or charge unless otherwise indicated. 

For more information on the programs listed below, visit the Teen Services page.

Wednesday, February 3 at 7 p.m., Student Leadership Council Meeting - Middle School 
Student leaders in grades 6-8 will meet at Teen Central on the second floor to brainstorm about using library resources to initiate and execute projects relevant to their peer group in exchange for community service hours. Refreshments will be served. 

Thursday, February 4 at 7 p.m., Student Leadership Council Meeting - Teens
Students in grades 8-12 gather at Teen Central on the second floor to brainstorm about using library resources to initiate and execute projects relevant to their peer group in exchange for community service hours. Refreshments will be served. 

Friday, February 5 at 7 p.m., Friday Night Chess 
National Master Rich Jackson will provide instruction, supervise play and challenge students to an occasional match. All ages and skill levels are welcome. Bring a love of the game or a desire to learn. 

Tuesday, February 16 from 4 - 5 p.m., Create@GreenwichLibrary: How-To Tuesday - Stop-Motion Animation
Students get together to create DIY crafts and maker projects. This month: create your own stop-motion animated movie! Develop a storyline, choose objects to serve as actors, and take on the role of director to bring your idea to life! Recommended for grades 6-8, but grades 4-8 may register. Registration begins January 17 using our online calendar. How-To Tuesday explores a different topic each month in a STEAM based hands-on format. This program is part of Create@GreenwichLibrary, a series designed to foster creative and collaborative learning for all ages. Contact Siobhan Schugmann at 203-625-6536 for more information. 

Thursday, February 25 at 4:30 p.m., Middle School Book Club 
Middle School Book Club is for literature fans in grades 6-8. This month's book is The Crossover by Kwame Alexander. In this Newbery Medal Winner, fourteen-year-old twin basketball stars Josh and Jordan wrestle with highs and lows on and off the court as their father ignores his declining health. Register for the program and pick up a copy of the book at the 2nd floor reference desk. 

Saturdays, February 27-April 2 from 1 - 2:30 p.m., Create@Greenwich Library: iOS Development using Swift 
Instructor Francesca Narea will teach basic programming skills using the Swift language. Students in grades 8-12 will work towards creating an iPhone app in the Swift programming language during the six week course & will be required to bring their own Macs. This program is part of Create@GreenwichLibrary, a series designed to foster creative and collaborative learning for all ages. Online registration begins February 1.

Teen programming, resources and activities are a core part of Greenwich Library's offerings year-round. For more information about Greenwich Library programs for students in grades 6-12, email Teen Services Librarian Ed Morrissey, call (203) 622-7918, or visit www.greenwichlibrary.org/teens.

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This month in the Technology Training Center patrons can learn about Zinio downloadable magazines and about the feature-packed Google Photos service. Those looking to launch a website can signup for Word Press Boot Camp and job seekers can get tips on tackling their job search like a pro. The February lineup of classes will also feature presentations on Apple apps and iTunes, internet privacy and Excel training. 

All year long, Greenwich Library training staff is available to help patrons explore new technologies and develop the skills they need to make online life more productive and enjoyable. Classes are offered in a comfortable environment for all participants, regardless of level. Programs are one hour long, held in the Training Center and are open to the public at no charge unless otherwise indicated. 

For more information on the programs below visit the Technology Training Page

Monday, February 1 at 2 p.m., Digital Collections: Focus on Zinio
Learn how to gain access to over 180 popular magazine titles on your computer, smart phone, tablet or Kindle Fire with Zinio Magazines. Greenwich or Perrot Library card required. 

Monday, February 8 at 2 p.m., Privacy in Social Media 
Learn how to control your privacy settings and the information you share on some of the more popular social networking sites. 

Wednesday, February 10 at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., Career Coach: Microsoft Word 
Sponsored by the American Job Center, the Career Coach mobile classroom is offering two, 2-hour Microsoft Word training sessions. Level 1 training is at 10 am and level 2 at 1 pm. The Career Coach bus is equipped with 10 PC work stations and Internet access and is parked in the Library lot. Arrive early to sign-up. 

Wednesday, February 17 at 2 p.m., Google Photos
Is your iCloud storage full? Is your DropBox almost at capacity? Consider trying Google Photos for organizing your important life moments. Google Photos is easy to use and offers unlimited, free storage for high quality photos. 

Saturday, February 20 from 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., Trending Monthly: Apple Only with Lance Pendleton
Find out how to search for Apple apps, music, movies and more for all of your entertainment needs. Instructor Lance Pendleton. 

Monday-Wednesday, February 22-24 from 2-4 p.m., WordPress Boot Camp
Learn about the features and flexibility of the open-source software, WordPress in this intensive three-day workshop. Plan, build, and launch a basic WordPress website on this free domain and hosting environment, using a standard theme and widgets. Register using our online calendar beginning February 1. 

Monday, February 29 at 2 p.m., Tackle Your Job Search Like a Pro with Noelle Gross 
Discover unique hiring insights and learn simple tips & tricks for your job search strategy. You will learn a proven system to attract employer interest and learn to apply a hiring manager perspective to your search. 

Regular Technology Training Center Programming and Other Programs of Interest 
• Get hands-on assistance at the Library's regular Drop-in Computer Lab, offered three times each week: on Saturdays and Tuesdays at 11 a.m., and Thursdays at 3 p.m., from February 2 - 27. Help is now available on Tuesdays for nonprofit managers with questions on annual giving, grants and email/social media outreach. Bilingual assistance in Spanish is available at most labs. Use your own device or practice with ours. 
• Create@GreenwichLibrary presents Coding with Arduino with MacInspires for grades 4-6, Saturday, 2/20 from 12-2 p.m. Registration for this Children's Services program begins January 25 using the Library's online calendar. 
• Create@GreenwichLibrary presents iOS Development using Swift for grades 8-12. Six class series starts Saturday, 2/27 from 1-2:30 p.m. Registration for this Teen Services program begins February 1 using the Library's online calendar.

For more information email Training Center staff, call (203) 625-6508, or visit www.greenwichlibrary.org/TechnologyTrainingCenter

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Celebrate Black History Month at Greenwich Library

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Black History Month, or National African American History Month, honors the achievements of black Americans and recognizes the central role of African Americans in U.S. history. To celebrate, Greenwich Library will present a month-long series of film and music events in the Cole Auditorium. 

Greenwich Library's Peterson Concert Series is pleased to present James McBride, National Book Award Winner and New York Times Bestselling author, and his Good Lord Bird Gospel Band, on Sunday, February 28 at 3:30 pm for an afternoon of inspirational words and music in the Cole Auditorium. 

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Praised for its mix of history and imagination surrounding the legendary abolitionist John Brown, The Good Lord Bird has been lauded by Publisher's Weekly and Oprah Magazine as one of the top ten books of 2013.

McBride will share his thoughts and read from The Good Lord Bird, accompanied by his band. This gospel/jazz quintet includes Show Tyme Brooks (drums), Trevor Exter (bass), Keith Robinson (guitar), Adam Faulk (piano), James (sax) and the whole band on vocals. 

James McBride is an author, musician, and screenwriter. His landmark memoir and NYT bestseller, The Color of Water, is read in schools and universities across the United States. McBride studied composition at The Oberlin Conservatory of Music and received his Masters in Journalism from Columbia University at age 22. He is currently a Distinguished Writer in Residence at NYU. For more information on this speaker, visit www.jamesmcbride.com

The Peterson Concert Series is open to all at no charge through the support of the Greenwich Library Board of Trustees and generous donors. Doors open at 3 pm. For more information email Music Librarian David Waring, call (203) 622-7917 or visit www.greenwichlibrary.org/music.


The Friends Friday Film Series will present three films in recognition of Black History Month. 

On Friday, February 5, the Friends will screen the documentary Celebrating Bird: The Triumph of Charlie Parker. To many, the birth of modern jazz is inseparable from Parker. The evening's second film, Thelonious Monk: American Composer is a portrait of this iconoclastic master, whose uncompromising music was initially derided, but eventually took him to the cover of Time in 1964. 

On Friday, February 19 at 8 p.m., Selma, a chronicle of Martin Luther King's campaign to secure equal voting rights via an epic march from Selma to Montgomery, will be shown. 

The Library will continue its celebration of Black History Month with a screening of John Coltrane: Live in '60, '61 & '65 on Friday, February 26 at 8 p.m. "Trane" was one of the most influential jazz musicians to emerge since the 1950's. This film shows the saxophone titan at his peak during three performances in Europe, just before his untimely death in 1967 at age 40. 

The Friday Film Series is made possible by contributions to the Friends of Greenwich Library and admission is open to all at no charge. Showtime is 8 p.m. Doors open at 7:40 p.m. Call (203) 622-7910 for more information.

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Greenwich Library and its branches will celebrate the fifth annual Take Your Child to the Library Day on Saturday, February 6. Children of all ages and their families are invited to visit Greenwich Library, Cos Cob and Byram Library to enjoy a fun-filled day of activities while learning about Library resources and programs. 

Whether it's your child's first visit to the library or their 1000th, Take Your Child to the Library Day is a wonderful way to celebrate literacy, learning, and community. For more information, please visit www.takeyourchildtothelibrary.blogspot.com.

Begin this special day at Cos Cob Library with a Mad Science performance of Spin, Pop, Boom on Saturday, February 6 from 10:30-11:30 a.m. in the Community room. Come learn about crazy chemical reactions and the greatness of gravity! Some brave volunteers will be asked to help activate an erupting foam volcano. Then from 2:30-4:30 p.m., the Friends of Cos Cob Library will host their Annual Valentine Workshop. All the supplies you need to make beautiful cards will be provided - let your creative juices flow! Make cards for your family, plus one extra-special card for a resident of Nathaniel Witherell. Call (203) 622-6883 for more information. 

Byram Shubert Library will offer A Book and a Slice on Saturday, February 6 at 12 noon. Come read your favorite book and enjoy a slice of pizza. Call (203) 531-0462 for more information. 

The Main Library will present Sciencetellers on Saturday, February 6 from 1-2 p.m. in the Cole Auditorium. Sciencetellers combines storytelling and exciting science experiments into an unprecedented theatrical learning experience. Get ready for interactive and explosive experiments with dry ice, fog, smoke-filled bubbles, flying rockets and more. Enjoy this spectacular adventure and be swept away to a world where dragons are real and dreams come true. Recommended for ages 4 and up; no tickets required. Doors open at 12:45 p.m. 

Don't forget, Take Your Child to the Library Day is the perfect time to register all your family members for a Library card. Stop by any lending desk to sign up.

For more information about Greenwich Library programs for children (from infants through grade 6), email Children's Room Librarian Deirdre Sullivan, call (203) 622-7940, or visit www.greenwichlibrary.org/children.

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This month, Greenwich Library patrons can learn how to run a successful retailing operation from the experts at SCORE. World affairs aficionados will enjoy a presentation on the Koreas by eminent scholar Dr. Charles Armstrong of Columbia University. February offerings also include Bloomberg training by Bloomberg staff. 

Programs are open to all at no charge and held in the Library Meeting Room unless otherwise indicated. Experienced librarians are available to help you navigate the Library's extensive business databases, directories, investor information and nonprofit resources, via email or in person. 

For more information about Library business programs and events, visit the Business Page.

Monday, February 22, 6 - 8 p.m., SCORE - Successful Retailing 
This workshop will help you understand some of the key metrics in growing your retail sales and profitability. If you are considering opening a store it will aid you in the decision process. You'll learn the importance of branding and how to make sense of the numbers, learn from the mega stores and achieve extraordinary customer service. Presented by Brian Jarvis. Please register at www.scorefairfieldcounty.org. For more information call (203) 831-0065. 

Monday, February 22, 7 - 9 p.m., World Affairs Forum Great Decisions - The Koreas 
Greenwich Library and the World Affairs Forum will present a Great Decisions event on the Koreas with Dr. Charles Armstrong in the Cole Auditorium. Dr. Armstrong is The Korea Foundation Professor of Korean Studies in the Department of History and the director of the Center for Korean Research at Columbia University. He has taught at Princeton, the University of Washington, and Seoul National University, and joined the Columbia faculty in 1996. He is a frequent commentator in the US and in international media on Korean, East Asian, and Asian-American affairs. This event is open to the public at no charge. The World Affairs Forum is a non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to expanding understanding of global affairs and America's role in the world. Visit www.worldaffairsforum.org

Tuesday, February 23, 10 - 11:30 a.m., Bloomberg Terminal Training 
Victoria Goodrick, Senior Account Manager at Bloomberg will provide training on the Library's Bloomberg terminal in the Library Meeting Room. Bloomberg Professional Service is a vast database used by financial professionals to obtain up-to-the-minute market news. Bloomberg Terminal Access Patrons can sign up to use the Bloomberg Professional Service computer at the Main Reference Desk or sign up in advance by calling (203) 622-7910. 

Business programs and services are made available to Library patrons at no charge through the support of the Greenwich Library Board of Trustees and contributions by generous donors.

For more information email Business Librarian Mary Cuff, call (203) 622-6560, or visit www.greenwichlibrary.org/business.

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This month in the Technology Training Center the proud new owners of eReaders can learn how to download eBooks, and business owners can learn how to use LinkedIn to generate more visibility. The January lineup of classes will also feature presentations on internet TV, health technology trends and Excel training. 

All year long, Greenwich Library training staff is available to help patrons explore new technologies and develop the skills they need to make online life more productive and enjoyable. Classes are offered in a comfortable environment for all participants, regardless of level. Programs are one hour long, held in the Training Center and are open to the public at no charge unless otherwise indicated. 

Visit www.greenwichlibrary.org for more information on the programs listed below.

Wednesday, January 6 from 10 a.m. - 7 p.m., All Day eBooks 
Did you receive a new eReader over the holidays? Join us for walk-in eBook help and learn how to download library eBooks using OverDrive on your eReader. Please know all usernames and passwords for your Kindle, Apple and Android accounts. 

Monday, January 11 at 2 - 3:30 p.m., LinkedIn for Entrepreneurs with Noelle Gross 
Linkedin® is a powerful platform and database of contacts, boasting over 250 million members. For entrepreneurs, this database provides huge potential to boost your business. This presentation is for those with a profile already in place who are interested in advanced techniques, such as presenting the correct professional brand, finding the right contacts, and generating more visibility/sales. 

Wednesday, January 13 at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., Career Coach: Microsoft Excel 
Sponsored by the American Job Center, the Career Coach mobile classroom is offering two, 2-hour Microsoft Excel training sessions. Level 1 training is at 10 am and level 2 at 1 pm. The Career Coach bus is equipped with 10 PC work stations and Internet access and is parked at the Library's West Putnam Avenue entrance. Arrive early to sign-up. 

***RESCHEDULED TO JANUARY 30***
Saturday, January 23 from 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., Trending Monthly: Health & Technology 
Separate myth from reality with the food industry and what is really the "healthiest" way to live, and how we can use technology to track it, and maintain it, and have fun with it. Trending Monthly is all about what's new and hot in Technology. Instructor Lance Pendelton. 

Monday, January 25 at 2 p.m., Internet TV 
There will be an emphasis on the new Apple TV, Gen 4 with touch remote, Siri voice and a new tvOS. Apple TV also comes equipped with content available through the App Store and iTunes.. 

Monday, January 25, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m., Protect When You Connect 
According to the 2014 Identity Fraud Report by Javelin Strategy and Research, identity thieves take a new victim every 2 seconds. Julie Jason, award-winning author, columnist and money manager will provide tips on how to avoid scams and how to protect from and respond to identity theft. Presented by Peterson Business Programs in the Library Meeting Room. 

Regular Technology Training Center Programming and Other Programs of Interest 

The Library's regular Drop-in Computer Lab is offered three times each week: on Saturdays and Tuesdays at 11 a.m., and Thursdays at 3 p.m., from January 5 through 30.  Get hands-on assistance with new gadgets, downloading eBooks and audiobooks using OverDrive, Library databases, Microsoft Office, Internet search, email, online forms, social media, job search, basic computing and more with Library staff. 

NEW! Help is now available on Tuesdays for nonprofit managers with questions on annual giving, grants and email/social media outreach.Bilingual assistance in Spanish is available at most labs. Use your own device or practice with ours. 

For more information email Training Center staff, call (203) 625-6508, or visit www.greenwichlibrary.org/TechnologyTrainingCenter

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This month, students in grades 6-8 can create a unique piece of art with a built-in working circuit during How-To Tuesday. The Library's regularly scheduled teen programs, including middle school and high school Student Leadership Council, Friday Night Chess and Middle School Book Club meet monthly and are open to all without registration or charge unless otherwise indicated. 

For more information on the programs listed below, visit the Teen Services page.

Wednesday, January 6 at 7 p.m., Student Leadership Council Meeting - Middle School 
This is a newly formed group designed to accommodate enthusiastic student leaders in grades 6-8. Much like Student Leaders for the upper grades, middle school students will meet at Teen Central on the second floor to brainstorm about using library resources to initiate and execute projects relevant to their peer group in exchange for community service hours. Refreshments will be served. 

Friday, January 8 at 7 p.m., Friday Night Chess
National Master Rich Jackson will provide instruction, supervise play and challenge students to an occasional match. All ages and skill levels are welcome. Bring a love of the game or a desire to learn. 

Thursday, January 14 at 7 p.m., Student Leadership Council Meeting - Teens 
Students in grades 8-12 gather at Teen Central on the second floor to brainstorm about using library resources to initiate and execute projects relevant to their peer group in exchange for community service hours. Refreshments will be served.

Tuesday, January 19 from 4 - 5 p.m. How-To Tuesday 
Create a customized piece of art with a built-in, working circuit using paper, copper tape, LED lights, and more to construct your own unique design. Open to grades 6-8 at no charge. Registration begins December 20 using our online calendar. How-To Tuesday explores a different topic each month in a hands-on format. Contact Siobhan Schugmann at 203-625-6536 for more information. 

Tuesday, January 19 - Sunday, January 24, Extended Hours for High School Exam Week 
The Main Library will remain open from 9 a.m. until 10 p.m. on Tuesday, January 19 through Thursday, January 21 and on Monday, January 25 for public and private school exam weeks. The Library will also remain open until 6 p.m. on Sunday, January 24. (There will be no extended hours Friday and Saturday, regular schedule applies). The Library Café will extend its hours until 7 p.m. on extended-hours weekdays so that students can purchase study break snacks. (The Café is closed on Sundays.) Note that the Library is closed on Monday, January 18 for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. As always, Library staff will be available to assist with reference questions. 

Thursday, January 28 at 4:30 p.m., Middle School Book Club 
Middle School Book Club is for literature fans in grades 6-8. This month's book is Greenglass House by Kate Milford. In this story, twelve-year-old Milo, the innkeepers' adopted son, plans to spend his winter holidays relaxing, but soon guests are arriving with strange stories about the house sending Milo and Meddy, the cook's daughter, on an adventure. Register for the program and pick up a copy of the book at the 2nd floor reference desk.

Teen programming, resources and activities are a core part of Greenwich Library's offerings year-round. For more information about Greenwich Library programs for students in grades 6-12, email Teen Services Librarian Ed Morrissey, call (203) 622-7918, or visit www.greenwichlibrary.org/teens.

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This month, Greenwich Library will co-sponsor a program on toxins in the home, including tips for reducing exposure. The Technology Training Center will host a Health and Technology presentation, focusing on food and fitness, with Lance Pendleton. 

The Greenwich Library Health Information Center provides privacy and access to resources and information on a variety of health related topics. The Center houses more than 100 reference books, 40 periodicals, four medical databases, a health-focused bulletin board and two dedicated printer-enabled workstations. A full-time Health Librarian is available to help patrons utilize Library resources. 

Tuesday, January 12 from 7-9 p.m., Safer Homes, Healthier Families
Find out what you should know and what you can do to make your home safer and your family healthier. Renowned scientist and advocate, Arlene Blum, PhD, will educate us on common household toxins, particularly flame retardants, harming our environment and putting our health at risk. Sponsored by Greenwich Library, Greening Our Children, and other community organizations. Open to all at no charge, in the Cole Auditorium. For more information contact Rozalyn Paupaw at info@greeningourchildren.net or call (212) 824-7370. 

***RESCHEDULED TO 1/30***
Saturday, January 23 from 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., Trending Monthly: Health and Technology 
Separate myth from reality within the food industry. Come learn how to use technology to track and maintain your health while having fun at the same time. Instructor Lance Pendleton. 

Regular Health Programming
• Every Monday from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., (January 4, 11, 25) free blood pressure screenings are conducted by a registered nurse from Greenwich Hospital in the Health Information Center on the first floor. No appointment necessary. 
• January's Health Information Center Book Display, (a topical selection of Library resources curated by the Library's Health Librarian), will be "New Year, New You". This will include books on diet, fitness and some winter sports.

For more information about health programming or resources, email Health Librarian Sandra Chan, call (203) 625-6549, or visit www.greenwichlibrary.org/health.

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Suggest a Book for Greenwich Reads Together 2016

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Greenwich Library has closed suggestions for Greenwich Reads Together, the community-wide reading experience which will engage all of Greenwich in exploring a single book. Click here for more information about Greenwich Reads Together

In order to be selected, the book should be of literary quality, reflective of universal issues and capable of generating thought-provoking discussions. It should lend itself to engaging public programs and appeal to a diverse population. It must also be currently in print and available in large quantities and in multiple formats, including paperback, ebook, audiobook and large print. An additional criterion has been added this year- the author must be living. 

Suggestions will be accepted through January 29. They will be evaluated by a committee that includes Library staff and community members. The chosen book will be announced later this spring. 

Greenwich Reads Together 2016 will take place in the fall.
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