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March 2015 Book a Month: Liar, Temptress, Soldier, Spy

As part of Bas Bleu’s 2015 Book a Month program, each month we’re offering discussion questions, author interviews, or other bonus materials to enrich your reading experience—for book clubs as well as thoughtful individuals. 2,413 more words

Book Clubs

March's Book of the Month

Hello Visionaries:

Let’s review what we have read so far:

January’s Pick was Think and Grow Rich by Napolean Hill

Think and Grow Rich is Napoleon Hill’s masterpiece; more than just another book on making money, it is a book of distilled wisdom that guides the reader towards both acquiring wealth, and living a more fulfilled life. 689 more words

Book Introductions

Book Club Meeting Round-Up for Week 03/08/15

BookPeople is thrilled to host nearly staff-run a dozen book clubs every month. All but one of the clubs meets right here in the store. 245 more words


Not Your Mama's Book Club

I was recently invited to attend a 137-year-old reading club. This is not a hyperbole.

“We would love to have you,” said my neighbor, Mr. Clark, who extended the invitation and who, I found out later, was breaking all kinds of club rules by asking a potential new member to just drop in. 732 more words


20 & 30-Something Book Club

The Syosset Public Library 20 & 30-Something Book Club will be meeting on Monday, March 16th at 7PM.  We will be discussing the novel 128 more words

Readers' Services

Scholastic: Book Fairs & Book Clubs

What I have deemed “Book Fair Season” kicked off a few weeks ago starting with my boss’s presentation for the Scholastic Book Fairs Book Selection. Remember the amazing Scholastic Book Fairs in elementary school that all of us bookish kids were super excited about, always? 437 more words


Joanna...what should my book club read?

I get asked this question quite often. Friends and friends of friends know that I love to read and that I have strong opinions about what I have read. 352 more words

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