Library Introduces Book Club In A Box

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If you enjoy reading, more than likely you’ve finished a book and wanted to share it with someone. Perhaps you’ve thought about hosting a book club or putting together a book discussion, but didn’t know where to start.
The Sacramento Public Library has the perfect solution.
The library is introducing the Book Club in a Box with more than thirty popular titles. Each box comes with 15 copies of a popular book, a discussion guide with tips for running a book club and a participation sheet.
Adult library card holders can check out the Book Club in a Box for six weeks and can renew the box for two one-week renewal periods if necessary. Book Club in a Box can be requested and delivered to any Sacramento Public Library location, including both Natomas branches.
“What makes Book Club in a Box special is discussion members do not have to buy the books to read before each meeting.” said Nina Biddle, library materials manager.
According to Biddle, the library currently has more than 30 book titles available that include such popular and high-demand books as State of Wonder, Strapless, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society, The Beach Trees, The Time Traveler’s Wife, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Girl Who Kicked a Hornet’s Nest, and Becoming Marie Antoinette.
The Book Club in a Box program is supported in part by the generous donations of the Friends of the Sacramento Public Library and the Sacramento Public Library Foundation.
For more information, visit the North Natomas library branch at 4660 Via Ingoglia (next to Inderkum High School) or the South Natomas library branch at 2901 Truxel Rd. You may also visit the library’s Book Club in a Box page.

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