2019 BOOK CLUB
Welcome to all our current members and to our new members joining us in 2019. We have another exciting year of books planned and we are very excited to get back into our monthly discussions with our members. We are an all inclusive book club and welcome anyone that would like to join us. 

Book Club details are as follows:

WHERE: Need2Read Bookstore in Warragul
WHEN: 3rd Tuesday of the Month (Excluding December)
OR 4th Thursday of the Month (Excluding December)
TIME: Doors open at 7:15pm for a 7:30pm start
MEMBERSHIP COST: $30.00 per year for one club (either Tuesday OR Thursday) or $55.00 for both (Memberships expire 31st December)

Memberships include finger food and drinks at monthly meetings and 10% off storewide during the membership year (excluding gift vouchers and sale items).
First Meetings of 2019 will be Tuesday January 15th and Thursday January 24th respectively. 

TUESDAY BOOK CLUB (Mostly Fiction)

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Twilight by Stephanie Meyer ($19.99)
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Fifty Shades of Grey by EL James ($19.99)
February Meeting: Tuesday19th 7.30 pm
In our February we will be discussing Fifty Shades of Grey by EL James and Twilight by Stephanie Meyer.
We are discussing these two books as a pair as Fifty Shades was originally inspired by Twilight. 

THURSDAY BOOK CLUB
(Mostly Non-Fiction)
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The Power of Hope by Kon Karapanagiotidis ($32.99)
January Meeting: Thursday 28th 7.30 pm
In our first meeting of the year we will be discussing   
 The Power of hope by Kon Karapanagiotidis
A powerful, inspiring memoir from Kon Karapanagiotidis, founder of the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre, which argues that by putting community, love and compassion at the centre of our lives, we have the power to change our world.

A powerful, heartfelt and inspiring memoir from one of Australia's leading human rights advocates, Kon Karapanagiotidis, The Power of Hope tells the story of how Kon overcame his traumatic childhood of racism, bullying and loneliness to create one of Australia's largest and best-loved human rights organisations, the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre, which has gone on to transform the lives of thousands of refugees and has helped build a movement. 

A book about how love, compassion, kindness and courage can transform our communities and ourselves, The Power of Hope shows us in times of darkness, both personal and political, that if we stand as one we can shine brightly and fiercely - as together we are powerful.