Read a great book, join a meaningful conversation and strengthen literacy in women.
The DOP Foundation Inc. BOOK CLUB is back…
Starting in March watch for some book suggestions on our website and on FB. Maybe you are looking for a good book to curl up with or to suggest to a book group you belong to.
As March 8th is International Women’s Day, we invite you to read our choices focusing on women authors and strong women. Pass on this news to other members and friends.
For more information please contact the chair of the Book Club,
Jeannie Kouros or PGP Celia Kachmarski / Linda Belba
Ithaca by Claire North
In this first volume of the The Songs of Penelope Trilogy, Hera, the goddess of marriage narrates the story of Penelope and her struggles to hold the kingdom together during Odysseus’ ten year absence. This is a feminist retelling of the Odyssey’s Penelope, Queen of Ithaca.
A Recipe for Daphne by Nektaria Anastasiadou
An American-born traveller to one of Istanbul’s oldest communities receives an unexpected welcome in this heartwarming and romantic debut. This story of love, hopeful new beginnings and ancient traditions introduces a sparkling new literary voice sure to transport and entertain.
Songbirds by Christy Lefteri
Based on the real-life disappearance of domestic workers in Cyprus, Christy Lefteri has crafted a poignant, deeply empathetic narrative of the human stories behind the headlines. With infinite tenderness and skill, Songbirds offers a triumphant story of the fight for truth and justice, and of women reclaiming their lost voices.