AMSE Book Club This book club is hosted by the American Museum of Science and Energy, which works to tell the story of the advances in science and engineering that have occurred in Oak Ridge since the first days of the Manhattan Project. Every month, they read and discuss books related to science, engineering, technology, mathematics, or history and how these intersect. The Club is so much fun and you will learn a lot, too! In addition to their book club, AMSE is a powerful engine of STEAM education and inspiration. With their fun, interactive exhibits and programs, every day they tell visitors from the globe exciting, world-changing stories and help explain how the world and universe works. This Month's Book: Light in the Darkness: Black Holes, The Universe, and US Weekly forum discussions are also available on their Facebook Group Page and the K-25 History Center Group Page every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. We have copies of this book in our collection. Check our Catalog or stop by to check for availability. Each month, you can also enter for a chance to win the a free copy of next month's book! All you have to do is like, post, or share their book of the month giveaway posts to automatically be entered in to win. Posts are made on the main AMSE, K-25 History Center, and AMSE Book Club Facebook pages. For more information about the AMSE Book Club or to join, visit their Facebook Page here, or listen in the the AMSEcast Podcast.