Library Book Clubs

The K.O. Lee Aberdeen Public Library currently offers two adult book clubs. Everyone is welcome to participate at no cost or registration. Titles to be discussed are selected by the club members 4-6 months in advance. This gives participants time to read the books before discussion dates.  All titles are available for checkout at the library. Most titles are available in a variety of formats (regular and large print, audio and ebooks, etc) but this is not a guarantee. Book club participants must be at a least 18 years old.
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Coffee Klatch Book Club

Meets the 2nd Tuesday of every month at the Public Library at 10:00 AM. Below is the current reading list. No registration required.

10/12/21

four winds by hannah

11/09/21

come fly the world

12/14/21

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01/11/22

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02/08/22

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03/08/22

7 Rules of Elvira Carr

04/12/22

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05/10/22

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Cover to Cover Book Club


Meets the 2nd Wednesday of every month at the Public Library at 7:00 PM. 

10/13/21

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11/10/21

perestroika in paris

12/08/21

The midnight library

01/12/22

Life  too short

02/09/22

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03/09/22

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04/13/22

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05/11/22

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Book Club in a Bag


Library patrons can check out all the materials needed to start their own book club or discussion. Each bag will contain several copies of a book, reading guides, discussion questions, etc. Book club bags can be checked out on your library card. Book club bags can be checked out for 1 month, and are renewable if there are no holds. 

Book Club in a Bag titles

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girlleft
orphanstale
bellweather
heartbreak
silverstar
biglittlelies
hillbilly
waiting
thread
kindnessofstrangerskittle
teagirl
commonwealth
flowers
japaneselover by Allende
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quiltersapprenticechiaverini
emptiness
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mantrain
love
bloombury
woman in cabin 10
who killed christopher goodman
still life
spool of blue thread
retribution
one perfect lie
notasound
none perfect strangers
kitchens of the midwest
its all relative
Gentleman Moscow
book that matters most