One Book Billings

One Book Billings

Mission


The Billings Public Library One Book Billings program seeks to provide a forum for library patrons to read and discuss in small groups regional authors and/or literary works which examine and reflect life on the High Plains, especially Montana.
The One Book Billings program is sponsored by a grant from Bernard Rose through the Billings Public Library Foundation. Discussion groups come together five times a year (every other month from September to May), each discussing the same book. 

Sign-up begins April 1st for the May discussions
Sessions May 2nd - 5th

Contact Us
Please call 657-8290 or email refdesk@billingsmt.gov for more information on the most recent One Book Billings selection.

2021-2022 Books


DownFromTheMountainDown From the Mountain : The Life and Death of a Grizzly Bear
by Bryce Andrews
Discussions took place September 13-17. 2021

FlickerOldDreams

The Flicker of Old Dreams
by Susan Henderson
Discussions took place November 1-4, 2021

LastGreenValleyThe Last Green Valley 
by Mark Sullivan
Discussions took place Jan 10-13, 2022

Ernest Hemmingway in the Yellowstone High Country

Ernest Hemingway in the Yellowstone High Country 

by Chris Warren
Books available February 1, 2022
Discussions take place March 7-10, 2022

ParisLibraryThe Paris Library 
by Janet Charles
Books available April 1, 2022
Discussions take place May 2-5, 2022

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