May 2023 Book Club Title Announced!

Please join us on Thursday May 18 at 7:00 p.m. (Central) for our Book Club discussion of FUZZ: WHEN NATURE BREAKS THE LAW by Mary Roach (DB 105210; BR 23940; LB 13656).

We host our Book Club discussions via Zoom. However, all you need to participate is a telephone!

If you have a land line, we will provide a telephone number for accessing the Book Club.

If you have a smart phone, we will email an easy “one click” number you can use to join the discussion.

We can also send an email Zoom invitation to those who prefer to use a computer.

Patrons who register for the discussion will receive this information a week before the Book Club meeting.

Please contact a Reader’s Advisory Librarian at 1-800-252-9605 or with any questions, or to RSVP.

FUZZ: WHEN NATURE BREAKS THE LAW is available by mail as a digital cartridge and is also available to download on BARD.

We’re looking forward to having you join us on May 18!


DB 105210; BR 23940; LB 13656

Author of GRUNT (DB 86098) analyzes the investigation and crafting of policy around human-wildlife interactions and conflicts. Roach highlights the work of animal-attack forensics investigators, human-elephant conflict specialists, bear managers, and “danger tree” faller blasters. She discusses the ways conservation efforts are influenced by human impact. Strong language and some violence. 2021.