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Book Group Ground Rules, Guidelines and Everything Else from Kansas City Public Library Kids Book Club, Book Club Books, New Books, Book Clubs, Literature Books, Library Programs, Sunday School Lessons, The Day Will Come, Popular Books

The Facilitator's Handy List of Ground Rules, Guidelines and Everything Else

Before the meeting | During the meeting | Discussion guidelines for participants | Facilitator guidelines

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How to Discuss Books

We have 7 tips to help you lead a great book club discussion--everything from book discussion questions, prompts, games, hand-outs, even index cards.

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How to Lead a Successful Book Club Discussion

Need to lead your book club and want tips on how to promote a lively conversation? Follow this guide to leading a successful and fun discussion.

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How to manage difficult meetings in your Book Discussion Group

How do you handle friction in your book discussion group? BookBrowse provides answers to your difficult book club questions.

by Kristen Lauderdale, former Head Editor, INALJ Maine 7 Tips for Leading a Lively Book Discussion Group Fall is an exciting season at my library! Adult programs will be starting up again soon, and… Discussion Group, Library Science, Good Readers, School Librarian, I Quit, Professional Development, Cool Websites, Libraries, Books

7 Tips for Leading a Lively Book Discussion Group

by Kristen Lauderdale, former Head Editor, INALJ Maine 7 Tips for Leading a Lively Book Discussion Group Fall is an exciting season at my library! Adult programs will be starting up again soon, and…

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Lead a Book Club | ALA Book Club Central

You’ve elected—or have been elected—to lead a book club. Now what? Do Your Homework The best way to quell your nerves before your star turn is to thoroughly familiarize yourself with the material. Read the book and a few reviews as soon as you can. Give yourself as much time as possible to think about…

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Book reviews: Find the best new books

Online book review magazine: Guides you to the best new and current books, includes reviews, excerpts, reading lists, find a book tool, info for book clubs & more.

Information about how to donate books to needy libraries. Also includes resources for those seeking donations. Programs providing books to prisons Book Club Books, Book Lists, Alternative Education, American Library Association, Literary Genre, Community Library, International Books, Teacher Librarian, Modern Library

LibGuides: Book Discussion Groups: Quick Start Guide

Resources for libraries--or others--seeking to establish a book discussion group. Tips for starting a group--and keeping it going.