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Wrap up thoughts?!?

One Book - One LincolnworsthardtimeWe’d love to hear everyone’s thoughts and observations on the 2007 One Book One Lincoln experience.

Did you read the book…if so, did you enjoy it?

Did you attend a community book discussion…if so, what was your experience like?

Did you attend one of the special programming events…if so, which one, and how did you like it?

Reactions to the teleconference

One Book - One LincolnworsthardtimeTonight is one of the keynote events of One Book One Lincoln 2007 — the live teleconference with author Timothy Egan straight from Seattle. If you attended, what did you find most interesting?

If you weren’t able to attend, what question would you have liked to have asked Mr. Egan?

Favorite personality in The Worst Hard Time?

worsthardtimeOne Book - One LincolnOne of the most appealing elements of The World Hard Time was the fascinating personalities that Egan uncovered in his research into the Dust Bowl era. Of the myriad of colorful individuals profiled in the book, who did you find most interesting?

One Book 2007 Programming

worsthardtimeOne Book - One LincolnNow that we’re fully into the 2007 One Book — One Lincoln event, take a look at this year’s special programming events on our 2007 Special Events and Displays page.

Which, if any, of the special programming events do you plan to attend this year?

What did you think of the also-rans?

One Book - One LincolnworsthardtimeNow that the actual “selected title” for One Book — One Lincoln — 2007 has been announced (The Worst Hard Time, by Timothy Egan, in case you missed it!), here’s your opportunity to comment on the other One Book finalists.

Which was your favorite of the other 2007 finalists, and why?

    Moloka’i by Alan Brennert
    The Madonnas of Leningrad by Debra Dean
    Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen
    If Nobody Speaks of Remarkable Things by Jon McGregor

Thanks for participating!