Read with me in October — this month’s book is Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight. It’s the first book in the 4-book series. While it may be labeled “young adult,” the book addresses some far-reaching themes that make it great for reading and discussion among readers of many ages. Maybe you’ve already read it or maybe you’ve seen your kids read it and wondered what all the fuss was about — you’re always welcome to read with me.
About the book, briefly: When Bella Swan moves out of her mother’s sunny home in the Southwest and in with her father in rainy Washington State, she figures that being the new girl in town will probably be stressful. But she never bargains on meeting vampire Edward Cullen, much less falling in love with him and all the danger that entails… for both of them.
Copies of the book are available at the Main Library’s Circulation Desk!