November 25, 2022

Livingston Public Library: Upcoming Book Clubs in July

June 28, 2022

Are you considering joining a book club? The library has book clubs for all tastes. Join the discussion and find out what our July book clubs are reading!

Bookish atmosphere | Wednesday, June 13 at 7 p.m.

Are you an avid reader looking to discuss contemporary fiction, trending titles, and popular authors? If so, our Bookish Vibes reading group is for you! Join us this month to discuss the good son by Jacquelyn Mitchard, who will also join our discussion! Copies can be picked up at the Patron Services office.

Join Let’s Talk About Books, a monthly book club, to discuss our title sections for the 2022-2023 season. It will be a one-hour discussion. We will meet on Zoom.

The hour of the crime | Wednesday July 20 at 7 p.m.

Can’t get enough of the real crime genre? Looking for something to do after shows like Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez, McMillions, and The Vow? Then join the Livingston Public Library for the brand new virtual book club, Crime Time. Crime Time is a true crime and crime-adjacent book club where readers will explore everything from historical crime to unsolved mysteries.

For our July meeting, we will read: Furious Hours: Murder, Fraud and the Final Trial of Harper Lee by Casey N. Cep

Cookbook Club | Wednesday July 27 at 7 p.m.

Do you like to cook, share ideas and cooking tips, while enjoying good food? Join the Livingston Public Library Cookbook Club! We meet once every two months to create recipes from a cookbook to share and discuss.

How does the Cookbook Club work? We are going to cook Shameless Cookbook by Joshua Weissmann. Copies are available at the main office. Choose a recipe and email Melissa Brisbin before the deadline at [email protected]. Create your dish and be ready to chat and share with others. The library will provide dishes, utensils and water.

We hope to see you at one of these upcoming book clubs!

-Jessica, Adult Services and Acquisitions Manager


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