Books and Reading:
Library-Sponsored Adult Book Discussions


Books to Go


[New page coming soon. This page is under construction. We have added and deleted titles. Contact a librarian to verify if a title you want is in the Books to Go collection.]

Books to Go is a comprehensive selection of more than 100 fiction and nonfiction titles with annotations for your reading pleasure.

Let us help you with your next book discussion. The Library has multiple copies of most of these fiction and nonfiction titles.

For more information, please call Annette Weiss at (248) 553-6872.

Costick Center Book Discussion

Wiliam Costick Activities Center: Thursdays, 1 p.m.

Questions? Contact Nancy Hasek (248) 553•6262.

Hooked on Books

(Evening Book Discussion)

Held at Main Library in Conference Room A at 7:00 p.m.:

Popular Book Discussion

Held at the Farmington Branch in the Meeting Room
23500 Liberty Street Farmington, MI 48335
Second and Fourth Thursdays at 10:00 a.m.

Join other reading enthusiasts for coffee and lively, informal book discussion. Paperbacks are available for checkout. Come to one session or to all. Call 248•553•0300, ext. 216 for further information.

Fall 2013

Winter/Spring 2014


General Reading Guides



Bookbrowse

Do you want to join a book club, start your own, or are you already an experienced reading group member? This is a good starting point.

Reading Group Choices

Reading Group Choices is the only comprehensive resource for discussion guides available for books by both large publishers and independent presses. In addition to guides, there are tips on starting a group, running a successful group and title recommendations by subject.

Reading Group Guides

1,770 guides available in addition to advice and ideas, roundtable discussions and a newsletter.

Top Shelf Reads


Join us at 7 p.m.to discuss edgy and offbeat Books at Page's Restaurant. Books are available at the Farmington Branch. For more information contact the Farmington Branch Library Information Desk at(248) 553-0300 ext. 216.