Wild Reads: Book of the Month

Welcome to Wild Reads!  Every month Wildsight Golden, in partnership with the Golden Library, is suggesting a book to read. You can visit the Library to see it on display.

This month’s book is entitled “A Walk in the Woods” and is written by Bill Bryson.  A comical and honest tale of an ordinary man’s aspirations to hike the Appalachian trail.

To read it you can visit the Okanagan Regional Library.  The Okanagan Regional Library also has it available on ebook and audiobook.  You can click here to download it or order it in.


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