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Library Sponsored Book Discussion Groups

Costick Center Book Discussion

Join us at the William Costick Activities Center to discuss and enjoy both fiction and non-fiction titles with like-minded readers from your community. The books for this group are available at the Costick Center. Meets the first Thursday of the month.

News of the World by Paulette Jiles

William Costick Activities Center

28600 W, 11 Mile Rd:

Thursday, March 5, 1 p.m.

ESL Book Discussion Group

A book discussion group designed especially for non-native English speakers! Join us to read and discuss one book over several weeks. You’ll read the chapters at home and we’ll discuss plot, dialogue, and culture when we get together. Books will be distributed at the first class. Registration is required.

Wild by Cheryl Strayed

Farmington Branch Meeting Room

1:30 p.m.

Mondays, March 7 – April 27


GNU Book Discussion

Calling all Geeks, Nerds, and U! Do you love getting lost in books about alternate universes? Space? Time travel? Anything science related? Then this GNU Book Discussion is for U!

The Bayern Agenda by Dan Moren

Farmington Branch Meeting Room

Wednesday, April 22, 7 p.m.


Hooked On Books

Join fellow book lovers for a monthly discussion of new and classic books. Books are available at the Main branch information desk. Meets the forth Monday of every month.

August Snow by Stephen Mack Jones

Main Library Conference Room A:

Monday, March 30, 7 p.m.


Popular Book Discussion

Join other reading enthusiasts for coffee and lively, informal book discussion. Paperbacks are available for checkout at the Farmington branch information desk. Come to one session or to all. Call 248-553-0321, ext. 216 for further information. Meets the first Wednesday of every month.

Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi

Farmington Branch Meeting Room:

Wednesday, March 4, 2 p.m.

Top Shelf Reads

Join us to discuss edgy and offbeat Books at Sidecar Slider Bar in Downtown Farmington. Books are available for checkout at the Farmington Branch. For more information contact the Farmington Branch Library Information Desk at (248) 553-0321 ext. 216.

What the Eyes Don’t See: a story of Crisis, Resistance and Hope in an American City by Mona Hanna-Attisha

Sidecar Slider Bar

33338 Grand River Ave

Monday, March 9, 7 p.m.


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Books To Go

Books To Go

Books to Go is a comprehensive selection of more than 100 fiction and non-fiction titles designed especially for book discussion groups. With at least ten copies of each title, it’s easy for every member of your book club to have his/her own copy. A study guide with background information and discussion questions is also available for each title.


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