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One Book, One Minnesota Follow-up
September 8, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Marshall-Lyon County Library will be hosting a follow-up virtual discussion of Murder on the Red River by Marcie R. Rendon, after the One Book | One Minnesota state-wide discussion on August 31st. More information about One Book | One Minnesota book and author talk can be found here: https://www.marshalllyonlibrary.org/readers-cafe/book-clubs/one-book-one-mn/
One Book | One Minnesota is a new statewide book club that invites Minnesotans of all ages to read a common title and come together virtually to enjoy, reflect and discuss. Through Ebooks Minnesota, anyone in the state can access the digital book for free, even if they don’t have a library card. Links to resources and more information can be found at thefriends.org/onebook.
Once you’ve read the book and, hopefully, attended the author talk (available digitally through the above link) join your librarians on Wednesday, September 8th at 7 pm on Zoom.
Registration is required to access the Zoom meeting. Register here: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0ucuisrjgrGtA3qiImy68odgZZ7_q1ozoN
The Fifth Chapter features Murder on the Red River by Marcie R. Rendon.
Murder on the Red River is a mystery set in Northern Minnesota long the Red River. It’s written by Marcie R. Rendon, White Earth Anishinaabe Nation member and author of fiction and nonfiction for adults and children.
Links for the August 31st author discussion, resources, and more information can be found at thefriends.org/onebook.
One Book | One Minnesota is presented by The Friends of the Saint Paul Public Library, as the Minnesota Center for the Book, in partnership with State Library Services and sponsored by Spire Credit Union. Program partners also include Blackstone Audio; Council of Regional Public Library System Administrators; Mackin VIA; Minitex; the Minnesota Department of Education; and Soho Press. This program is made possible in part by the voters of Minnesota, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund, as well as through a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.