Book Discussion Groups

There is a book discussion group for you at Clermont County Public Library. Our book discussion groups take you beyond the traditional reading experience. They can be thought provoking, enriching, and entertaining. Each month brings a new title and a new discussion. With a variety of topics, locations and meeting times to choose from, you can pick the group that best fits your interests and lifestyle. Explore the list below, or contact your local branch.

Book Discussion Kits

Did you know you can borrow book discussion kits from libraries that are members of the Southwest Ohio and Neighboring Libraries (SWON) consortium? Each kit contains twelve paperback copies of a specific title, author information, discussion questions and reviews. Search SWON’s database to find available kits and a brief description of each title. To reserve one of these kits, contact the staff at any one of our ten branches. Assuming the kit is available for checkout, please allow 7-10 days to obtain it through Interlibrary Loan.

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Web Resources

BookBrowse – Book Clubs: Browse hundreds of discussion guides by author, title and genre. Books for children and teens are included. Find advice on how to start and run your own book group. Read interviews with other successful book clubs.

Book Group Buzz: Find book group tips, reading lists, reading guides and other book club resources on this blog sponsored by Booklist Online.

Book Movement: This site provide lists of the best books for discussion, based on ratings from 32,000 clubs as well as book guides and other online tools to simplify club communications and activities.

Reading Group Choices: Search for discussion guides by author, title, subject, genre, publication year and availability in either hardcover or paperback. Get advice on how to run a book group. Read author interviews.

Reading Group Guides: Find more than 2,850 discussion guides searchable by author, title and genre. Can’t find a guide for your book? Reading Group Guides provides questions that you can use depending upon the type of book you’re reading. Also included are tips for starting and running a book club, a newsletter and a blog.

Skype an Author: Find authors willing to participate in Skype conversations about their books.

Print Resources

Need help running your own book club? Find useful books in our catalog by searching Book Clubs and Group Reading. Search Best Books to find lists of recommended reads.