Local Readers Featured in Books Sandwiched In Series

Wood Library’s annual book review program goes virtual starting February 1

 January 19, 2021 (Canandaigua, NY)—Wood Library’s annual Books Sandwiched In series kicks off with a review of Upstream:  How to Solve Problems Before They Happen by New York Times best-selling author Dan Heath.  Canandaigua City Manager John Goodwin will review this timely and visionary book which offers some perspective about how to think about and prevent complex problems in communities and society.  The review will be offered virtually on Monday, February 1, at Noon.  To register for the Zoom link, go to woodlibrary.org/calendar or contact Adult Services Librarian Alexis Lawrence at 585-394-1381.

Books Sandwiched In will take place virtually at Noon every Monday during February and March.  Recordings of the individual book reviews will be available on the library’s YouTube page after each session.  The programs are free and open to anyone who loves books.

Find details below for the full schedule:

Monday, February 1—Canandaigua City Manager John Goodwin reviews Upstream: How to Solve Problems Before They Happen by Dan Heath.

Monday, February 8—Local author Sally Crosiar presents her latest book Home Place.

Monday, February 15—Messenger Post Newspaper Assistant Editor Mike Murphy reviews The Great American Baseball Card, Flipping, Trading, and Bubble Gum Book by Brendan Boyd.

 Monday, February 22—Ontario County Historical Society Museum Director Marci Diehl will discuss The Road to Little Dribbling: Adventures of An American in Britain by Bill Bryson.

Monday, March 1—Wood Library Development Specialist Maria Bucci will present Pelosi by Molly Ball.

Monday, March 8—Former Wood Library Trustee Curt Hill will review This I Believe: The Personal Philosophies of Remarkable Men and Women by Jay Allison.

Monday, March 15—Local author Janice Flood Nichols will discuss her personal memoir, Twin Voices.

Monday, March 22—Kai Goodemote, a member of Wood Library’s Young Adult Advisory Board, will review If It Bleeds by Stephen King.

Wood Library is a full-service community library and charitable organization serving everyone who resides in the Canandaigua City School District.  Its mission is to provide exceptional public library service in a comfortable and safe environment where people can satisfy their curiosity, stimulate their imaginations, and connect to the local community and to the world.  More information about Wood Library and this book series can be found at www.woodlibrary.org.