JMRL invites all book lovers to participate in the Same Page program throughout March, providing residents with the opportunity to read and discuss a single book within their community by an author appearing at the Virginia Festival of the Book.
Join your neighbors in exploring the themes of Jacqueline Woodson’s “Brown Girl Dreaming”, including touching and powerful poems about her childhood and growing awareness about the Civil Rights movement.
Same Page begins on Monday, March 1 and all JMRL branches will be offering free copies of “Brown Girl Dreaming” (while supplies last). Please contact your local branch to pick one up.
Same Page is generously funded by the Friends of JMRL, supported by the Art and Jane Hess Fund of the Library Endowment and Virginia Festival of the Book (a program of Virginia Humanities).
For more information about upcoming Same Page events, visit http://www.jmrl.org/samepage.