We have book club kits spanning several genres, fiction and non-fiction, classic and contemporary. Each kit includes 12 copies of the one title and kits can be borrowed by clubs free of charge, for up to six weeks.
Each Book Club Kit is stored in a convenient carry bag. A full list of book club titles can be found here.
Please see below for additional details on starting a book club with us.
If you require further information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Download a copy of our Book Club Fact Sheet here: Book Club Fact Sheet: General (Word) Book Club Fact Sheet: General (PDF)
If you can’t get along to a local group, you might enjoy connecting with an online book club community. See some suggested sites below.
Where you can meet your next favourite book. Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers and book recommendations. Their mission is to help people find and share books they love.
With no allegiance to any commercial operations, Our Book Club provides independent reviews for readers and a list of suggestions and recommendations with helpful discussion notes to get your group started.
This is a helpful website where readers can review, tag and classify their books. You can click on the most popular tags or browse suggested titles. Find fun links to explore including “let the persuaders win you over” and “room 101 moments” – bin your most hated books!
Good Reading magazine is available in the library for loan. The magazine’s website has a book club page which gives ideas for starting a book club and recommendations for reading and discussion.
We review the Book Club Kit titles biannually, and welcome your suggestions for books to be considered.
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