One Book, One Milton
Stay tuned for our 2023 OBOM pick!
One Book, One Milton is a community-wide program.
A book selection committee comprised of Milton Public Library staff members consider the following criteria when choosing Milton’s read.
The One Book, One Milton book selection must:
- Be written by a Canadian author
- Have been written for an adult audience
- Appeal to both men and women
- Engage the reader
- Generate a sense of excitement
- Sustain a complex discussion
- Raise issues of importance
One Book, One Milton is a community-wide program designed to encourage everyone in Milton to read the same book – similar to one really big book club.
One Book, One Milton engages the community through the shared experience of reading and discussing the same book: its contents, themes and relevance, as it relates to the Milton Community.
There are many ways to get involved and engaged in One Book, One Milton:
- Read a copy of the book
- Participate in various events and activities, including the author visit!
You can borrow, download or purchase a copy of the selected book to read and enjoy. To borrow the book from Milton Public Library, visit us online or in person. You can also purchase a copy at any Milton Public Library location, or at the main event.
If you need help downloading the eBook, please let us know as we are happy to help!
Visit the library, call 905-875-2665, or email email@example.com for assistance.
Connect to other readers using the hashtag #onebookonemilton
2022 OBOM Author
Mark Critch is one of the most recognisable faces in Canadian comedy and has won multiple awards for both writing and performance. For fourteen years, he has starred on CBC’s flagship show, This Hour Has 22 Minutes. As an anchor and “roving reporter,” he has brought celebrities and politicians to Canadian living rooms across the nation. He is the host of CBC’s Halifax Comedy Festival and has written for and appeared in CBC’s world-renowned Just for Laughs series. His show Son of Critch is available on the free CBC Gem (CBCGem.ca) streaming service.
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Questions? Please call 905-875-2665 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get in touch with you.