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Book Club Kit Resources

Book Club Kits Explained 


Book Club Kits list annotated


Book Club Kit list unannotated


Book Club Kit General Questions, Fiction


Book Club Kit General Questions,








Websites is a complete guide to book clubs and reading groups with a collection of links and information for readers.

A site devoted to book clubs, including discussion questions, reviews, book club ideas, and tips on starting your own group.

A site dedicated to reading group guides, book club suggestions, and other helpful information.

Reading Group Choices provides tips for the new book group leader as well as hundreds of selections for book group discussions.

BookMuse provides reviews, questions & topics for discussion, literary criticism, books for further reading and tips for discussion leaders on a wide range of genres: science fiction, classic, contemporary, children, and young adult.


-Don’t forget to check the website for the publisher of your book. They often have author bios and book discussion guides.





The Reading GroupHandbook: Everything you need to know, from choosing members to leading discussion. By Rachel Jacobsohn. Call # 374.22 Jac


Reading Group Choices 2008: Selections for lively book discussions. By Reading Group Choices. Call # 016.028 Rea


Good Books Lately: The one stop resource for book groups and other greedy readers. By Ellen Moore. Call # 374.22 Moo


Book Lust: Recommended reading for every mood, moment, and reason. By Nancy Pearl, Nonfiction, Call # 011.73 Pea


Recipe for a Book Club: A monthly guide for hosting your own reading group. Menus and recipes, featured authors, suggested readings, topical questions. By Mary O’Hare. Nonfiction, Call # 642.4 O’ha


Read It and Eat: A month to month guide to scintillating book club selections and mouthwatering menus. By Sarah Gardner. Nonfiction, Call # 028.9 Gar


The Book Club Cookbook: Recipes and food for thought from your book club’s favorite books and authors. By Judy Gelman. Nonfiction, Call #641.5 Gel



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