Voices of the World's Women: Book Discussion Series
Voices of the World’s Women is a new book discussion series being held at the Cook Memorial Library in Tamworth which features the works of women writers from around the world. Our goal is to introduce powerful voices from diverse cultures, and bring different women’s stories into our community.

Participants may read any or all of the ten titles from the list and join in discussions being held at the library. Louise Wrobleski, site director for UNH Summer Literacy Institutes, will facilitate the first discussion on Wednesday, January 6th at 7:00. The second discussion will take place on Wednesday, February 17th at 7:00 and be led by Joanne Vasconcellos, sociology teacher at Granite State College.
Once upon a Quineanera by Julia Alvarez (Dominican Republic)
The Good Women of China: Hidden Voices by Xinran (China)
The House at Sugar Beach by Helene Cooper (Africa)
The Sum of our Days by Isabel Allende (Chile)
The House on Mango Street (Mexico)
Infidel by Ayaan Hirsi Alli (Somalia-Muslim)
The Voice that Remembers by Ama Adhe & Joy Blakeslee (Tibet)
The Space Between Us by Thrifty Umrigar (India)
A Golden Age by Tahmima Anam (Bangladesh)

The library has many copies of the books available and everyone is welcome to participate. Please call 323-8510 for more information.
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Voices of the World's Women: Book Discussion Series