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Our Book Discussion Group aims to share titles by authors who are Black, Indigenous and people of colour.

Over the next four weeks, read Don't Cry for Me by Daniel Black, then meet with others to share thoughts and impressions in a librarian-led discussion.

“With piercing insight and profound empathy, acclaimed author Daniel Black illuminates the lived experiences of Black fathers and queer sons, offering an authentic and ultimately hopeful portrait of reckoning and reconciliation. Spare as it is sweeping, poetic as it is compulsively readable, Don't Cry for Me is a monumental novel about one family grappling with love's hard edges and the unexpected places where hope and healing take flight.”


A limited number of print copies are available; visit the service desk at your local BPL location to pick one up. There are also a limited number of e-book copies available.

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