Skokie Public Library has hosted a Book Discussion Group since 1959. Currently, we also have book discussions for the visually impaired and for teens. A Great Books Discussion group has met at the Library since 1957. Recognizing that there are many private book clubs in the area, we have multiple copies of discussable books available for the use of those clubs and we've compiled a list of Reading Group Favorites.
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The Library has twelve copies of each book on this list available
for use by local book groups. In many cases, Skokie Public Library book
discussion questions are also available for these books.
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Read and discuss fiction and literature at Skokie Public Library's monthly fiction discussion groups.
View the calendar and titles of Great Books to be discussed at Skokie Public Library.
This group meets on the third Wednesday of each month (except August and December) to discuss a topic of current affairs. The discussions are framed by reading material and a video supplied by the Foreign Policy Association, a non-profit organization that seeks to promote public discourse and understanding.
For more information contact Bruce Brigell at 847.324.3142.
LitLounge is the North Shore's social book discussion group. Grab a drink, discuss books, and meet new people. Co-sponsored by Morton Grove Public Library.
Join our free Online Book Clubs from DearReader.com and receive chapters from popular books in your email inbox! You may join any (or all) of seven different book clubs: Fiction, Nonfiction, Romance, Business, Good News, Teen, and Audio.
Love history? Then, join our Pages Through History book discussion group as we discuss recent history books with fellow history lovers.
The book discussion groups at Skokie Public Library have discussed many good books over the past forty years; here's the complete list!
People with visual impairments are invited to take part in this monthly Talking Books program. Led by librarian Gary Gustin, this group discusses fiction and nonfiction works. Prior to the discussion, Library staff mail the Talking Books cassettes from the Library of Congress to all registered participants. Talking Books is held the fourth Wednesday of every month in the Book Discussion Room.
For more information on this program, contact Gary Gustin at 847.324.3163.