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North Shore Senior Center member Caryn Cherpak (left) engages in a discussion with fourth-grader Maeve Dwyer during the Intergenerational Book Club at Saints, Faith, Hope and Charity School Friday, March 28. Photos by Megan Maginity/22nd Century Media
Barbara Schwartz enjoys the book discussion of “Shiloh.
Tom Maslowski (left), of Northfield, and fourth-grader Jane Talty meet for the club
Megan Maginity, Assistant Editor
6:59 am CDT April 2, 2014

A good book brings readers together. 

Large fan bases have formed from popular reads like “Harry Potter,” “The Hunger Games,” and children-series “Diary of a Wimpy Kid.” Discussing these books have united the readers, creating a conversation any reader could join.

To garner similar friendships, Saints, Faith, Hope and Charity’s fourth-grade students are teaming up with seniors to discuss books.