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Book clubs: new members always welcome

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Book clubs

Reading is one of the greatest solitary pleasures in life. But for many of us, one way to make the pleasure of reading even greater is to share it with someone else. We offer a wide variety of reading clubs that vary by interest, location, and day or time.  We even have a reading club that gives you the opportunity to meet and chat directly with the author.

Here’s what’s coming up over the next three months (December, January, and February). Find the right club for you, and click on the book cover for more info or to register. Join us for fun but thought-provoking discussions. Get reading, and get social!

For help finding copies of any of these titles, e-mail Laura.Peacock@kpl.org.

A book club event with the author. Read the book and come out to discuss it with the visiting author! Stay for a public reading and armchair discussion after the book club meeting.
Accusation   girl runner   a desperate fortune
Does a good mystery capture your interest? Join the discussion about a different mystery, suspense, or crime novel each month.
one kick   cuckoos calling   girl on the train
Join us at Grand River Stanley Park Community Library each month for a great discussion on a work of fiction from a variety of genres.
invention of wings   where the air is sweet   all the light
Join us at Central Library each month for a great discussion on a work of fiction from a variety of genres.
a tale for the time being   burial rites


Not sure a formal book club is for you? Join us for PubLit, the world’s most relaxed book club. We’ll talk about what we’ve been reading while enjoying a pint or two at the Firkin at the Tannery. It’s social and casual, and a great way to meet people. No registration required. Upcoming dates:
Tuesday, January 26
Tuesday, February 23



Author: Charlotte Prong

I'm the Social Media Editor at Kitchener Public Library. Follow us on Twitter @KitchLibrary, on Instagram @kitchenerlibrary, or like our page on Facebook.

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