Winter reads from the Bookstore at Fitger’s
The Winter is a great time to curl up with a good book. Jennifer Jubenville, who manages Fitger’s Bookstore, shared a few of the books and events that we have to look forward to in the next two months.
Life on Ice by Jon Valentino describes ice fishing to kids, or anyone who has never ice fished before. They’re hosting the author Saturday January 14 for noon until 2pm.
In the The Twenty-Ninth Day, Duluth author Alex Messenger tells the story of how he was attacked by a grizzly bear on his trek through the Canadian tundra. It turns into a fight for survival.
The book is the first to be included in the Regional Fitger’s Reads because it’s the bookstores best selling. Thursday January 26 at 9am they’ll meet at Yellow Bike coffee to discuss the book.
Part of Your World by Abby Jimenez came out last year, and the Minneapolis author is releasing the next in series in April. So the Regional Fitger’s Reads group will be meeting at Yellow bike to discuss this in February.
And page to screen book Women Talking by Miriam Toews, tells the story of a Mennonite women who have to make the decision to stay in the community or to confront men who were attacking them. Jen suggest reading the book before the movie to compare the two.