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We've taken our monthly book discussion online! Join librarian Alex for this chat about Ta-Nehisi Coates'The Water Dancer through video conference call.

The Water Dancer is a surrealist story set in the pre–Civil War South, concerning a superhuman protagonist named Hiram Walker who possesses photographic memory, but who cannot remember his mother, and is able to transport people over long distances by using a power known as "conduction" which can fold the Earth like fabric and allows him to travel across large areas via waterways.

We will be using Zoom to host this program. You will need either a computer with a microphone and webcam, or a telephone for this event. Please register here. We will be sending the log in information to participants on the day of the meeting .

Registration is required for this program.

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