Discover chilly reads this winter at the library

Join the Wood County District Public Library’s Bone Chilling Book Discussion to discuss a new horror, mystery, thriller or suspense novel every month.

Book discussions are held on Tuesdays at p.m. in meeting room A&B at the library, 251 N. Main St. No registration is required.

The discussion schedule:

Jan. 10 – “The Sun Down Motel” by Simon St. James

Feb. 14 – “Our Kind of Cruelty” by Araminta Hall

March 14 – “The Girl from Widow Hills” by Megan Miranda

April 11 – “Nothing More to Tell” by Karen M. McManus

May 9 – “His & Hers” by Alice Feeney

June 13 – “Confessions on the 7:45” by Lisa Unger

Just the Facts: Find great nonfiction reads

Join the Just the Facts book discussion at the Wood County District Public Library, 251 N. Main St., to discuss great new nonfiction titles each month.

Meetings are held Tuesdays at 11 a.m. in meeting room A&B. No registration is required.

On the schedule:

Jan. 24 – “My Travels with Mrs. Kennedy” by Clint and Lisa Hill

Feb. 28 – “The Monster’s Bones” by David Randall

March 28 – “What My Bones Know” by Stephanie Foo

April 25 – “Dead Wake” by Erik Larson

May 23 – “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks” by Rebecca Skloot