October is National Reading Group Month


Do you love to read books and discuss them with your friends or coworkers? October is National Reading Group Month, and it's the perfect time to start or join a reading group. Not sure where to start? Arapahoe Libraries is here to help! 

Did you know the library hosts dozens of books clubs? We have book clubs for graphic novels, fiction and nonfiction, and book clubs for teens and children. Register for an upcoming book club!

Want to start a book club with friends, colleagues or someone else? Choose from nearly 300 book club kits for adults, teens and kids, in both fiction and nonfiction. Each kit comes with 10 paperback copies and a reading guide with discussion questions to facilitate conversations. Best of all, each kit checks out for six weeks. Browse our newest book club kits today or see what we're excited about. Check out hoopla's book club (best part is there's never a waitlist!). 

Don't know what to read? Fill out a suggestion form that goes right to our subject matter experts (i.e. our bibliophile librarians) for their expert opinion tailored to what you want to read. Browse our staff picks, handpicked by us, for you! Think outside the box, like a themed book club like traveling around the 50 states, audiobooks, cooking through a cookbook, Colorado books, banned books, timely current events, animal-related books and more. No matter your interest, there's sure to be a book to match.

Consider some questions like how often and where your book club will meet. When and how do you choose the books? Will you have one person facilitate the questions or will you rotate between members? What about food and drinks or a movie screening to tie it all together? Will you vote on each book or let a member choose the next book? Now send out your invites and get reading!

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