Book Review: The People We Keep By Sarah ChildersVisit your local public library this July, as each branch wraps up Summer Discovery 2023: All Together Now with exciting programming for all ages. From performances to finales, you won’t want to miss what’s in store at your dynamic destination for discovery — the Sequoyah Regional Library System. To celebrate Summer Discovery coming to an end, attend one of four finales with Wildlife Wonders. Take advantage of the opportunity to interact with wildlife, as you learn about all things social and pack animals. These events will be at Ball Ground Public Library on July 14 at 2:00pm, R. T. Jones Memorial Library on July 18 at 10:30am, Rose Creek Public Library on July 18 at 2:00pm, and Woodstock Public Library on July 19 at 10:30am. We love getting to spend summer with our families, friends, and neighbors. If you’re looking for a book that celebrates the importance of community and found family, check out The People We Keep by Allie Larkin. Follow April Sawicki, an aspiring singer-songwriter, as she discovers that the world can be so much bigger than her hometown. Through her travels, April learns that sometimes home isn’t where we live, but the people we meet along the way. After reading the book, make sure to stop by the Adult Eclectic Book Club at R. T. Jones Memorial Library on July 10 at 6:00pm to discuss it with fellow readers. The library is the place to start your next adventure. Whether you’re looking for your next read, your next hobby, or your next story time, Sequoyah Regional Library System is proud to be your dynamic destination for discovery. We hope to see you soon at a local branch!