We offer two Book Clubs each month. Copies of the books are available at the library circulation desk— come pick one up and join us! Books typically arrive 3-4 weeks ahead of the scheduled discussion.

New members are most welcome at any time.

Wednesday Afternoon Book Club

Our afternoon book club typically meets on the third Wednesday of each month at 1:00 pm. Upcoming 2022 dates and books are TBD. See below.

2022 Book List

Check out our list of upcoming titles we will be discussing.

Note: The title listed is the book we will discuss on the month noted next to the book title. (E.g., We will be discussing Barracoon at our April meeting, so you should pick it up a couple weeks beforehand).

**List is subject to change. Contact the library or visit our Google calendar to confirm that month’s title.

January 26: Educated by Tara Westover

February: No meeting. See March.

March 9: Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens

April 20: The Language of Flowers by Venessa Diffenbaugh

May: TBD

June: TBD

July: TBD

August 14: TBD

September 11: TBD

October 9: TBD

November 13: TBD

December 11: TBD

Monday Evening Book Group

Our Evening Book Club meets at the library on the third Monday of each month at 6:30 pm.

2022 Book List

 **List is subject to change. Contact the library or visit our Google calendar to confirm that month’s title.

January: Mrs. Everything by Jennifer Weiner

February 21: Surviving Savannah by Patti Callahan

March 21: This Tender Land by William Kent Krueger

April 18: Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

May 16: Circe by Madeline Miller

June 20: What Alice Forgot by Leanne Moriarty

July 18: The Authenticity Project by Claire Pooley

August 15:  TBD

September 19: The Art of Mending by Elizabeth Berg

October 17: Lost Horizon by James Hilton

November 21: The Beekeeper of Aleppo by Christie Lefteri

December 19: Holidays on Ice by David Sedaris


Additional Book Club Resources

Download a list of past book club reads here: Past Book Club Lists

Here is a list that we have compiled of The Best Discussion Books of 2017 from New Hampshire libraries: Best Book Club Selections

And a link to Book Browse’s list of The Best Book Club Books for 2019


Great new resource for Book Clubs!

Discover new reads using BookBrowse, an online magazine and website that provides book reviews, author interviews, book previews, and book club reading guides. Search for titles by theme, genre, and even “read-alikes” to find your next favorite book.

Use your Paul Memorial library card to access: http://www.bookbrowse.com/pml

For more reader resources, check out our Resources page.

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