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Monday, June 15, 2009

25 Ways for Libraries to Support Book Clubs

Today is book discussion day at BPL and as part of my preparation for this afternoon's discussion, I was checking out Booklist Online's blog about book groups, Book Group Buzz.

Earlier in the month, Neil Hollands attended Book Expo in NYC and came back with lots of new ideas for book groups. Check out her post on 25 ways your library can support book clubs. I especially like her idea of scheduling time to meet with other area book club leaders to see how you (the library) can support their endeavors. Also, sharing ideas with these other leaders can only help you make your library sponsored groups better.

Look for my post about our discussion of North River by Pete Hamill later in the week.

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