Not surprisingly, July is considered the most popular month for family reunions. If you haven’t made your plans yet, you may want to start looking ahead to next year! Summer is a great time to head back home, travel across the country or even around the world to gather with generations of loved ones, share family stories, and takes oodles of pictures.
If you need a little reading to inspire you, sample some of the following titles:
The Art of Mending: A Novel by Elizabeth Berg
Carrot Cake Murder by Joanne Fluke
House on the Lake by Julie Ellis
Invitation to Provence by Elizabeth Adler
July and August by Nancy Clark
A Piece of Heaven by Barbara Samuel
A Wealth of Family: An Adopted Son’s International Quest for Heritage, Reunion, and Enrichment by Thomas Brooks
Also, try searching “family reunions” in the online catalog for planning guides or browsing the shelves in 394.2.
- Shawshank Redemption November 19, 2013
- Music, seen November 29, 2013
- Melody Makers November 29, 2013