The Green Readers, SCCF’s nature-based book club, is pleased to announce that February’s book selection is Hoot by Carl Hiaasen. As the book that partially inspired Sanibel Sea School’s hands-on, nature-based curriculum, this month’s selection can be enjoyed equally by young adults and the young-at-heart. All ages are welcome at this month’s virtual discussion, scheduled for Thursday, March 4, at 5pm. (Regular participants: please note the time change!)
Carl Hiaasen is a well-known novelist or columnist for the Miami Herald. The New York Times notes that Hoot is “…about greedy developers, corrupt politicians, clueless cops, and middle-school screwballs of all persuasions. You don’t have to be a young adult to enjoy it. Hoot is a story of good versus evil: how to save a species of owl endangered by the imminent construction of the 469th Mother Paula’s All-American House of Pancakes.”
Register in advance to join the Zoom book discussion on March 4 at 5pm. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.