Book Discussion Information

New Connections Book Group – Cherry Valley Public Library’s monthly book group. View more information

Grounds for Murder Mystery Book Club – Cherry Valley Public Library’s mystery book club. View more information

Young @ Heart Book Group – Cherry Valley Public Library’s book club for young adult (YA) fiction readers who are “a little less Y and a little more A”. For ages 18 and older. View more information

 

Book Group Web Sites

BookBrowse recommends the best recently published books and provides you with everything you need to decide which are right for you – so you can browse the best and ignore the rest!

LitLovers is online community dedicated to books and book clubs—because both enrich our lives. This blog provides great resources to enhance your book club experience.

ReadingGroupGuides.com is the first website built especially for reading groups, providing them with all they need to make their book club experience better than ever.

Reading Group Choices selects discussible books and suggests discussion topics for reading groups. This popular website offers interesting, informative, fun, and interactive material of interest to book clubs.

Simon & Schuster has group guides for books published by Simon & Schuster, such as Jodi Picoult, Philippa Gregory, and Richard Paul Evans.

Harper Collins has group guides for books published by Harper Collins, such as Michael Chabon, Louise Erdrich, Barbara Kingsolver, and Joyce Carol Oates.

The Random House Reading Group Center provides valuable resources to book clubs for books published by Random House, such as Ian McEwan, Cormac McCarthy, Jon Krakauer, Margaret Atwood, and Alexander McCall Smith.

 

Book Group Blogs

Book Club Classics is designed to help book clubs be even more effective by getting the most out of their selections through great discussion questions, interesting links about the book, menu ideas, bookmarks with character descriptions, and much more.

Book Club Girl is dedicated to sharing great books, news, and tips with book club girls everywhere.

The Book Movement provides lists of the best books for discussion, based on ratings from 32,000 clubs as well as book guides.

BookBrowse recommends the best recently published books and provides you with everything you need to decide which are right for you – so you can browse the best and ignore the rest!