Book Clubs


Feeder's Advisory : "A Book Club For Those Who Love Food"

Do you love browsing through cookbooks and trying new recipes? Do you enjoy sampling and sharing new dishes?
Cover image of An Unnecessary Woman

Georgetown Book Club

Join the Georgetown Book Club as we discuss Rabih Alameddine’s 2014 novel An Unnecessary Woman. The novel follows Aaliya Sohbi, a 72-year-old translator in Beirut, as she reflects upon her life, her work, and her city.  
book cover

Friends Book Club: Family Furnishings by Alice Munro

Read a Nobel Prize winner that doesn't need to be translated! Family Furnishings collects many of Canadian short story writer Alice Munro's best-loved stories from her decade-spanning career. Pick a few to read or go cover to cover (all 700+ pages) then join our Friends Book Club to discuss them. Copies of the collection are available to check out at the Southeast Library information desk. 
Winner's Book Jacket

Ladies Night Book Club

Join us at Northwest One Library for a discussion of Danielle Steel's Winners. All are welcome, though the titles are chosen with women in mind.
Five Star Billionaire

Capitol Hill Reads - 'Five Star Billionaire' by Tash Aw

January's book is Five Star Billionaire, Tash Aw's multi-stranded story of money-makers in Shanghai. In January, we will meet at Northeast Branch Library at 330 7th St. NE. 
Image of The Buried Giant book cover

Georgetown Book Club

Join the Georgetown Book Club as we discuss Kazuo Ishiguro's 2015 novel The Buried Giant.
Cover image of All the Light We Cannot See

Georgetown Book Club

Join the Georgetown Book Club as we discuss the 2015 winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, Anthony Doerr’s All the Light We Cannot See.

Moveable Feast Classics Book Club

On Tuesday, January 5, at 1 p.m., the Moveable Feast Classics Book Club will be discussing Awakening, by Kate Chopin. Note that this meeting will be taking place at Georgetown Library.  Please join us.
Literary Washington DC cover

Legends & Lore DC Book Discussion Series

January's Legends & Lore DC will be devoted to discussing and choosing what we'll be reading in 2016.
'Orlando' by Virginia Woolf

Queer Book Club: 'Orlando' by Virginia Woolf

Come to the Queer Book Club at Northeast Library! We meet on the third Tuesday of every month in the conference room on our lower level.