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Don you Time-Turner - it's almost March!

Hello bookish buddies,

Anyone else feel like the clocks are on fast forward his month? How can it possibly be nearly March already? How time flies when you are busy organising up coming Book Box Club boxes. 934 more words


The Perks Of Being In A Readers Group

Have you ever thought about joining a book club or readers group?  Leeds Libraries have groups meeting monthly at sites all over the city – ask at your local library for details.  980 more words


February Book Club Part 2: The Trouble With Goats and Sheep by Joanna Cannon

There were several points of comparison between this and our first book club title, The Goldfish Boy. They both dealt with a missing person case and its impact on a close-knit community, and both impart a strong message about belonging and friendship. 727 more words

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February Book Club Part 1: The Goldfish Boy by Lisa Thompson

I run a book club, and each month I will post a review to give you the lowdown on our two titles. I always find these interesting to write because they not only contain my opinions, but show how the book was received by a wider audience – and we sometimes have some real disagreements! 608 more words

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Observations on Book Group

The transition book group last night was really good. We discussed the first chapter of Making Home by Sharon Astyk. There were about fifteen people there, many who were at the first meeting but a few who were not. 643 more words


February Book Group Read--Lanie!

Hello everyone, welcome to our bookgroup discussion! Everyone is welcome to participate in the discussion via the comments section. I do want to set a few rules first though. 844 more words


Book Quotes

At Book Group we’ve been decorating our favourite book quotes.  Do you recognise any of them?  Does it make you want to read any of the books? 189 more words