The Library offers several book groups
which are open to the public and free of charge.
Click below to find information on a specific book group.
Book Discussion Group
The nonfiction book club meets on the third Tuesday of each month at 7:00
PM in the Activity Room located in the Youth Services Department. Those
interested in joining the club can contact Joe Nash at 458-9274 or by
e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Book Discussion Group
The fiction book club meets on the last Tuesday of the month at 7:00
PM in the Activity Room located in the Youth Services Department. The meeting months are September-November and January-May.
If you would like to join the group,
please register by completing this
For other information on the group, please email Paul Drezelo at
email@example.com or call the Information Desk at 518-810-0314.
This online bookstore offers some professional reviews, but more importantly
encourages regular readers to post reviews of the books.
A Guide For Avid Readers -
Claim to have over 7,000 book reviews of all genres.
"Digital counterpart of the American Library Association's
Booklist magazine. Annually reviews about 4,000 books for adults,
2,500 titles for children, 500 reference books and electronic reference
tools, and 1,000 other audiovisual materials."
Bookspot - Provides
a nice array of links to bookreview sources.
Index To The Internet Book Review Sites - A comprehensive list
of book review sites on the Web.
Reading Group Choices
For Book Discussion Reading - suggested reading for book discussion
groups. Arranged by topic, includes reviews.
New York Times Book
"Includes an archive of thousands of reviews, book-related news
pieces, bestseller lists, and interviews back to 1996. In addition,
the full-text of First Chapters of selected bestsellers and featured
titles are available."
Bookhive (for children's' books)-
"A searchable collection for brief reviews of hundreds of children's
books, also browsable by category. Books may be searched for by author,
title, illustrator, reading level, reading interest, or page length."
For a nice list of online bookstores, please visit BookSpot
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