DATE: February 2, 2021
CKPL Celebrates Fifth Anniversary of Community Book Club by Selecting Two 2021 CK Reads Titles
Chatham-Kent’s largest community book club launches today with the announcement of CKPL’s 2021 CK Reads titles. CK Reads is a community-wide book club where everyone in Chatham-Kent is invited to read the same book. Through discussions and programs, CK Reads hopes to bring the community closer together through a shared love of reading. CK Reads will be entering its fifth year in 2021. To celebrate the fifth anniversary of CKPL’s CK Reads program two titles have been chosen for this year.
The 2021 CK Reads titles are “The Lost Ones” and “Fight Like a Girl” by Sheena Kamal! CKPL invites everyone to read “The Lost Ones”, book one in Kamal’s Nora Watts private investigator series set in Vancouver. In “The Lost Ones” Nora and her dog Whisper set out to find the daughter Nora gave up for adoption 15 years earlier. Lovers of Young Adult fiction are also encouraged to participate in this year’s CK Reads program by checking out Kamal’s “Fight Like a Girl”, which tells the story of Trisha who turns to Muay Thai kickboxing to break the cycle of violence that has affected her family for generations. This is a riveting teen read! Reserve your copy of either title by calling or visiting your local CKPL branch or by searching “Sheena Kamal” at search.ckpl.ca
Sheena Kamal holds an HBA in Political Science from the University of Toronto. She was awarded a TD Canada Trust scholarship for community leadership and activism around the issue of homelessness. She has also worked as a researcher on crime and investigative journalism for the film and television industry. Her debut novel, “The Lost Ones” was inspired by her experience. She lives in Vancouver, Canada.
To find out more about CK Reads programs and events, visit www.ckreads.ca.
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