We are celebrating women’s history by reading the biography Eleanor by David Michaelis. Our discussion will be on April 16 at 2:30 at St. Matthew’s

This cradle-to-grave portrait of Eleanor Roosevelt delivers a stunning account of her remarkable life of transformation. An orphaned niece of President Theodore Roosevelt, she became a humanitarian, activist, and—after marrying her distant cousin Franklin—America’s longest-serving First Lady. Later she would be the architect of international human rights and a diplomat, becoming one of the world’s most widely admired and influential women—a voice for the voiceless, and a fighter for freedom.

Save the date: on May 21 we will discuss Horse by Geraldine Brooks.