The library offers book clubs for a variety of ages and interests.
For more information about these book clubs, please contact Laura at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All adults are welcome to attend our adult book discussions. Copies of the books are available in the Adult Services department prior to each club meeting.
The General Book Club discusses titles selected from nonfiction and literary fiction.
Darkness Overtakes Us: Stephen King Book Club features the spine-chilling tales of Stephen King. Each month will feature a different story and discussions may include clips of film and television adaptations. Other books for our book club will include graphic novels, short story collections, screenplays, graphic novels, and non-fiction.
Spine Crackers Book Club: Join the Spine Crackers Book Club to discuss a book each month. You can check out a copy of the book via the Hoopla app. This book club is for students in grades 5-7. We will meet virtually via Zoom to discuss the book. Registration is required, the discussion will be limited to 8 participants. For more information or help with registration, please contact Jen at email@example.com.
Bookworm Barbs is a book party for our K-2nd grade beginning readers. We will read a simple chapter book every month (or have a caregiver read it aloud), do a craft, and eat a snack. Kits with the book and other supplies are available a month before a meeting at the Youth Services desk.
BARB (Books are Really Brilliant) is our home for book-loving 3rd-5th graders. Every month, we’ll read a book and talk about it, play a game, and eat a snack. Kits with the book and other supplies are available a month before a meeting at the Youth Services desk.