The MERA Book Club meets regularly every month September through to June at the MERA schoolhouse.

Meetings are usually held the 4th Tuesday of each month from 7pm to 9pm. We are a friendly, respectful, no rules book club. Each month one person will facilitate a discussion about the book chosen for that month. Discussions are always informative and lively. New members are welcome. If you see a book that peaks your interest and would like to join us for an evening’s discussion we also welcome drop-ins. You can join us by contacting Jean Dunning at 613-259-2636 or email here.   


READS FOR 2021-2022:

Sept 28*: A minute or two/without remembering - Claudia Coutu Radmore - Poetry

Sept 28*: A Town Called Solace - Mary Lawson - Encourages hope, redemption & enlightenment

Oct 26: Forgiveness  - Mark Sakamoto - Post WWII & grudges that Canadian/Japanese have to deal with

Nov 23: The Company We Keep - Frances Itani - Story of love, loss and friendship

Dec 28**: Finding the Mother Tree - Suzanne Simard - Observations of the forest & how it can save the planet

Jan 25: Anthill - E.O.Wilson - The gripping saga of a boy determined to save the world from its most savage ecological predator
             Finding the Mother Tree - Suzanne Simard - Observations of the forest & how it can save the planet

Feb 22: Euphoria - Lilly King - 1930s love triangle with multi levels of interactions

March 22: Black Diamonds: The Rise & Fall of an English Dynasty - Catherine Bailey - Story of a class war that ripped apart the local landscape

April 26: How to Pronounce Knife - SouvankhamThammavongsa - Human stories from an immigrant perspective

May 24: The Forgotten Daughter - Joanna Goodman - A love story in the context of Quebec separatist movement.

June 28: New Choices for 2022-2023

Meeting the 4th Tuesday of every month
** Note we have two books to review in September
Alternative books suggested as good reads for the summer:
Rabbit Foot Bill by Helen Humphreys
The One in a Million Boy by Monica Wood