One City, One Book
This fall, the Greensboro Public Library would like to invite everyone in Greensboro to read the same book for our One City, One Book program.
Every other year, the Greensboro Public Library along with many community partners, leads lively programs of discussion, films, theatrical productions, readings, and more to engage the entire community in the themes of the chosen work.
The goal of this program is to pick a book that offers meaningful discussion around issues that affect us all.
This year, we’re letting you vote on one of the following four titles.
You may vote here by April 28. Please, one vote per person.
Paper copies will be available at library branches. The title with the most votes will become the next One City, One Book selection and will be announced in May.
For more information about One City, One Book, contact Beth Sheffield and follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
One City, One Book is sponsored by the Greensboro Public Library Foundation and Friends of the Greensboro Public Library.