October 14, 2022 NLCShortlist for 2023 One Book One Nebraska Announced
What book will all Nebraskans be encouraged to read in 2023? We will all find out on October 22nd at the Celebration of Nebraska Books. Two generational family novels by a Nebraska authors, a nonfiction work on POW camps in Nebraska, a mystery set in the Sand Hills —all stories with ties to Nebraska and the Great Plains—are the finalists for the 2023 One Book One Nebraska statewide reading program... Read more

October 24, 2022 NLCThe Mystery of Hunting’s End Chosen as 2023 One Book One Nebraska
People across Nebraska are encouraged to read the work of a Nebraskan — and then talk about it with their friends and neighbors. The Mystery of Hunting’s End (Bison Books, 1998) by Mignon Eberhart is the 2023 One Book One Nebraska selection... Read more

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March 1, 2023, NCompass Live: 2023 One Book One Nebraska, Online, 10:00 am CT. Join to hear about Nebraska's statewide reading promotion activity!

March 18, 2023, Book Discussion with Rick Cypert, Francie & Finch Bookshop, 4:30 pm. Professor Rick Cypert is a professor of English and Education at Nebraska Wesleyan University. He will lead the group in a discussion over this year's One Book One Nebraska selection.

March 30, 2023, Book Club Discussion, Columbus Public Library, 6:30 pm. Join in on a discussion of tis year's One Book One Nebraska selection!

April 27, 2023 Just Desserts Mystery Fiction Discussion Group, Bennett Martin Public Library, 6:30 pm. Group members all read the same mystery/suspense/thriller novel and hold a group discussion of that novel, followed by a "round robin" of whatever else the group members have actually read. This meeting of Just Desserts will feature this year's One Book One Nebraska selection.


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