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NSUBA library to revisit children’s classics in Let’s Talk About It discussion series

(Broken Arrow, Oklahoma) -- The Northeastern State University Broken Arrow Library will host the fourth year of its Let’s Talk About It Oklahoma Book Discussions. The theme for the spring 2017 LTAIO is “Not For Children Only.”

This book discussion series revisits the classics we may have read as children and more recent examples of children’s literature. Beginning with Iona Opie and Peter Opie’s “The Classic Fairy Tales” and Ethel Johnston Phelps’ “Tatterhood and Other Tales,” this series allows us to revisit childhood haunts by reading again the books we loved as children.

LTAIO Book Discussion schedule:

Jan. 25 – “The Classic Fairy Tales” and “Tatterhood and Other Tales”– hosted by Dr. Andrew Vassar, NSU faculty and located in the Administration Building Annex.

Feb. 14 – “Little Women” – hosted by Dr. Russell Lawson, Bacone College faculty and located in the Administration Building Annex.

March 7 – “The Wind in the Willows” hosted by Dr. David Oberhelman, Oklahoma State University faculty and located in the Administration Building Annex.

March 28 – “Charlotte’s Web” and “Bridge to Terabithia” – hosted by Dr. Brian Cowlishaw, NSU faculty and located in the Administration Building in room 170.

April 18 – “Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry” and “I Am the Cheese” – hosted by Helen Clements, OSU faculty and located in the Administration Building in room 170.

Books are available for checkout at the NSUBA library’s second floor Circulation desk. All discussion will begin at 2:30 p.m. and will conclude at 4 p.m. Light snacks will be served.

“Please consider joining us for a lively book discussion,” Dr. Pamela Louderback, library director, said. “Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Twitter for more information about these and other events.”

For more information, please contact Louderback at 918-449-6452 or at louderba@nsuok.edu.

Published: 1/24/2017 11:22:44 AM

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