The discussions have begun. On the Same Page 2003, this year's communitywide reading project, kicked off last month with the announcement of the two titles:
Savage Inequalities, Jonathan Kozol's exploration of public education, is the main selection.
Marika, local author Andrea Cheng's novel about a girl growing up in Hungary, is the young reader selection.
Now, book discussions for adults and teens are taking place in libraries, community centers and bookstores throughout the area. Find out about the discussions and other events; learn how you can participate; read reader reviews; and learn more about the project, books and authors at Cincinnati.com/samepage.
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