This month’s book talk discussion is on The Lions of Fifth Avenue by Fiona Davis. This novel shows the bonds of family, and the beauty of finding the strength to be ourselves. Fiona Davis's spectacular setting—the iconic New York Public Library—comes alive across the generations as two women—one in 1913 and one in 1993—struggle with their own identities, a compelling mystery, and a tragedy that impacts both of them. What begins as a search for vanished rare books becomes, for both women, a quest to redefine themselves and open their heart. This novel is also this year’s pick for If All of Arkansas Read the Same Book. Adults/seniors. Free.