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Monday, July 28, 2008

Summer is a Great Time to

Join a book discussion group! If you’re playing your cards right, you have found more time – and more places – to read: by the pool, at the beach on the deck. Book discussion groups are held at library branches throughout the county. Find one that works for you. There’s something for everyone, including mystery buffs, history buffs, teens, etc. If you’ve been meaning to catch up on the classics, you may be interested in “Reading Across the Centuries” facilitated by writer and university instructor Wendi Kaufman at Pohick Regional Library. Richard Byrd Library offers a different take on the traditional book club. On the second Monday of each month, at 4 p.m. you can stop in to share your current favorites or hear what other people are reading.

To learn more about book discussions, visit Book Discussions. If you would like to start your own book discussion group, Book Discussion Kits for a list of book discussion kits.

Are you currently a member of a book discussion group? If so, tell us what you enjoy about it.

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