The March book discussion at the county library will be held on Tuesday, March 21 at 1 p.m. Nancy Clark’s novel, “The Hills at Home”, relates the return of the Hill family, one by one, to their ancestral home, each with a problem: financial, or marital or academic.
Their hostess, Aunt Lily, is pure Yankee temperament, unruffled by the 12 who eventually spend a year and leave in better condition than when they arrived. The critics hailed this first novel as comparable to Jane Austen (not necessarily) and Jonathan Franzen (a stretch). Join the group to see these Hills in a different light.
Refreshments are a treat every month. Remember to bring your teacup. For more information, call the library at (570) 297-2436. The library is located on Route 6, just west of Burlington.