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‘For Whom the Bell Tolls’

Published on April 6, 2018 11:57AM

“For Whom the Bell Tolls,” the book for the April Cannon Beach Reads program.

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“For Whom the Bell Tolls,” the book for the April Cannon Beach Reads program.

“Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland,” topic of the Mayl Cannon Beach Reads program.

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“Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland,” topic of the Mayl Cannon Beach Reads program.

“Overbooked” by Elizabeth Becker. The book will be discussed at Cannon Beach Reads.

Signet Classics

“Overbooked” by Elizabeth Becker. The book will be discussed at Cannon Beach Reads.

Voltaire’s “Candide,” topic of an upcoming Cannon Beach Reads discussion.

Signet Classics

Voltaire’s “Candide,” topic of an upcoming Cannon Beach Reads discussion.

“Mink River,” by Brian Doyle, subject of an upcoming Cannon Beach Reads discussion.

Signet Classics

“Mink River,” by Brian Doyle, subject of an upcoming Cannon Beach Reads discussion.

“Only a Theory: Evolution and the Battle for America’s Soul” is the topic of an upcoming Cannon Beach Reads discussion.

Signet Classics

“Only a Theory: Evolution and the Battle for America’s Soul” is the topic of an upcoming Cannon Beach Reads discussion.


Cannon Beach Reads presents “For Whom the Bell Tolls,” by Ernest Hemingway on Wednesday, April 18.

Books are available for loan at the Cannon Beach Library, for purchase at Cannon Beach Book Company or through online book dealers.

Upcoming titles include “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and “Through the Looking Glass,” by Lewis Carroll (May 16); “Only a Theory: Evolution and the Battle for America’s Soul,” by Kenneth Miller (June 20); “Candide: Zadig and Selected Stories,” by Voltaire (July 18); “The Glass Castle: A Memoir,” by Jeannette Walls (Aug. 15); “Mink River,” by Brian Doyle (Sept. 19); “The Handmaid’s Tale,” by Margaret Atwood (Oct. 17); “Overbooked: The Exploding Business of Travel and Tourism,” by Elizabeth Becker (Nov. 21); and “Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind,” by Yuval Noah Harari (Dec. 19).

Cannon Beach, Arch Cape and Seaside residents and visitors attend monthly meetings of Cannon Beach Reads for conversation, coffee or tea and cookies. New members are encouraged to participate.

For additional information about Cannon Beach Reads, contact Joe Bernt, 503-436-4186 or email berntj@ohio.edu.











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