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Discussion Questions now available!

One Book - One LincolniamamanA short information pamphlet is now available for One Book – One Lincoln participants — stop in at any Lincoln City Libraries location to pick up one of these 6-page guides.

Part of that pamphlet is also available to be printed from the One Book – One Lincoln web site — our official discussion questions!

So, if you’re leading a discussion of Joe Starita’s I Am a Man with your private book group, or just want some talking points to use in your own contemplation of the book, stop by our Book Discussion Groups page for 2010 and click the link for our Official Discussion Questions!

People of the Book: Discussion Question #9

One Book - One LincolnpeopleofthebookDiscussion Question #9: There is an amazing array of “people of the book” — both base and noble — whose lifetimes span some remarkable periods in human history. Who is your favorite and why?

Please feel free to respond to this in the One Book One Lincoln Blog on the library’s web site, or on the One Book One Lincoln Facebook fan page.

[Note: This is the final Discussion Question from the reading guide to People of the Book. Would you like to see additional questions posted to the Blog or to the Facebook feed for One Book One Lincoln?]

People of the Book: Discussion Question #8

One Book - One LincolnpeopleofthebookDiscussion Question #8: How did Hanna change after discovering the truth about her father? Would the person she was before her mother’s accident have realized that she loved Ozren? Or risked the dangers involved in returning the codex?

Please feel free to respond to this in the One Book One Lincoln Blog on the library’s web site, or on the One Book One Lincoln Facebook fan page.

People of the Book: Discussion Question #7

One Book - One LincolnpeopleofthebookDiscussion Question #7: Was Hanna being fair to suspect only Amitai of the theft? Do you think charges should have been pressed against the culprits?

Please feel free to respond to this in the One Book One Lincoln Blog on the library’s web site, or on the One Book One Lincoln Facebook fan pag

People of the Book: Discussion Question #6

One Book - One LincolnpeopleofthebookDiscussion Question #6: Have you ever been in a position where your professional judgment has been called into question? How did you react?

Please feel free to respond to this in the One Book One Lincoln Blog on the library’s web site, or on the One Book One Lincoln Facebook fan page.