Looking for a legit book club where people actually talk about the book? Join us for Collingswood Reads, the Collingswood Public Library’s very own Book Club!
Adults and teens are welcome to gather in the library’s Peter Childs meeting room to discuss the monthly book pick, meet neighbors, and munch on snacks. We read a variety of genres, including mystery, fantasy, historical fiction, and science fiction, not to mention selections from nonfiction. We invite you to come share your thoughts and hear others’ perspectives as well.
Book club meets once a month, typically the fourth Wednesday of the month, from 7-8 PM. To check the schedule, which occasionally varies due to holidays, ask our staff or visit the library’s events calendar at www.collingswoodlib.org/eventcalendar.
This August, Book Club is taking a little vacation in order to squeeze in some reading research. These awesome titles don’t find themselves!
We will deviate from our usual schedule in September to join the Book Festival crew in reading the 2019 Town Book, “Anatomy of a Miracle,” by Jonathan Miles. Instead of meeting on our usual Wednesday, this book discussion will take place on Monday, September 30, at 7 pm. Teens and adults welcome!Th
This October we will plunge into a mystery with Ruth Ware’s “The Death of Mrs. Westaway.” This discussion will take place on Wednesday, October 23rd, at 7 pm.
Our final titles for 2019
November 20: The House of Broken Angels
December 18: The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek
Sign up for the Collingswood Reads book club eNewsletter, and we’ll send you 2-3 emails a month to keep you in the loop on upcoming book picks and discussion dates!