• I am a Refugee by Camillo Adler. Join Camillo’s son Michel in reflecting on his father’s escape from the Holocaust. This memoir portrays the dreadful experiences of Camillo Adler and his family as Austrian refugees in France following the outbreak of WWII. The book vividly depicts life in the Swiss refugee camps and the family’s eventual unification.


All books are available on Amazon or through the Little Village Toy and Book Shop in Littleton. Copies of "Notorious RBG" will soon be available at the Bethlehem Public Library.  Copies for loan of “Minyan”, “Washing the Dead”, and “I am a Refugee” are available at BHC’s Abraham Goldstone Library.

Meetings are open to anyone and everyone interested in participating in a reading group. Please call (202) 744-4646 or email Gail Robinson at gailkr48@gmail.com if you have any questions or would like to volunteer to lead a discussion.

All our discussions take place at the Bethlehem Public Library, at 4PM.

For all the this season's discussions, click here.