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Book Club members bury themselves in each other’s favorite novels

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Book Club members bury themselves in each other’s favorite novels

Autumn Jessee, Reporter

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The Graham High School Book Club meets on Tuesday mornings, at 7:40, in Room 103. The Book Club president, Autumn Jessee (junior), encourages students to come and join Book Club.

In November and December, the students in Book Club are reading each other’s favorite novels to get to know each other better. They are also planning a Christmas party. At the Christmas party the students will have a gift exchange, consisting of a book for each student.

During September and October, the members each read a different Stephen King novel and compared notes on the books.

Some ideas for future book selection include reading a rainbow of books, which is seven difficult books with a color in the title. Book Club members have also showed interest in finding a series to read, or reading several books all from the same genre.

Sydney Pennington, a junior, says, “I am a member of book club, because it provides a community that shares my love of books, and gives me an opportunity to see how others interpret the same book.”

The Graham High Book Club gives a space for book lovers to come together to appreciate books and the different interpretations of them.

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