book clubs

April Book Clubs

books and flowersLooking to try something new this spring? Why not join one of our book clubs? Each month, we have book clubs for adults, teens and children that meet to discuss books in a variety of genres. Each of our 7 book clubs (yes, that’s right – 7!) is open to new members, so take a look at the list below to see what they are reading in April. If you find a book club you are interested in joining, stop by the library and see if we have a copy of the book on hand!

Book Clubs for Adults:

  • Afternoon Book Discussion on Tuesday, 4/4 @ 3:00pm: The Plague of Doves by Louise Erdrich
  • Paranormal Book Club on Monday, 4/10 @ 6:30pm: Omens by Kelley Armstrong
  • Inspirational Book Club on Thursday, 4/11 @ 7:00pm: Ordinary Grace by William Kent Krueger
  • After Austen Book Club on Monday, 4/24 @ 7:00pm: Murder at the Brightwell by Ashley Weaver
  • Mystery Book Club on Thursday, 4/27 @ 1:00pm: The Farm by Tom Rob Smith

Book Club for Teens:

Book Club for Children in grades 3-5:

  • Chapter Chats on Monday, 4/3 @ 5:00pm: The Wild Robot by Peter Brown
  • Chapter Chats on Monday, 4/17 @ 5:00pm: Secret Coders by Gene Luen Yang

For more information about any of these book clubs, call the library at 832-559-4200.

Book Clubs

There is still time to join us for an afternoon book club.  On this Thursday, April 9 at 1 pm the Afternoon Book Club will be meeting.  They will be discussing the book Longbourn by Jo Baker.  Immerse yourself a Jane Austin world but from another point of view.  On Wednesday, April 15 at 2 pm the Mystery Book Club will be taking a stab at Blood from a Stone by Donna Leon.  Be sure to bring a dessert to share.  Come by the library and pick up one of these books and join in one or both of these fun groups.

Book Gift Ideas from our Book Clubs

In case you’re looking for gift ideas, here are the favorite books read by various book clubs this year!
From the Inspirational Book Club:
Favorite inspirational romance: Take a Chance on me by Susan May Warren, from the Christiansen Family series.

June Book Club Selections

Here’s what our book clubs are reading in June:
Afternoon Book Club (1st Tuesday, 3 pm): Beautiful Ruins by Jess Walter. July’s selection is Last Days of Ptolemy Grey by Walter Mosley
Paranormal Book Club (2nd Monday, 7 pm): Garden Spells by Sarah Addison Allen

May Book Club Selections

Here’s what our book clubs are reading in May:
Afternoon Book Club (1st Tuesday, 3 pm): Benediction by Kent Haruf
Paranormal Book Club (2nd Monday, 7 pm): Odd Thomas by Stephen Koontz
Inspirational Book Club (2nd Thursday, 7 pm): The Reunion by Dan Walsh
Non-Fiction Book Club (3rd Tuesday, 3 pm): Five Days at Memorial: Life and Death in a Storm-Ravaged Hospital by Sheri Fink
After Austen Book Club (Last Monday, 7 pm): Girl with the Pearl Earring by Tracy Chevalier
Mystery Book Club (4th Thursday, 1 pm): Killed at the Whim of a Hat by Colin Cotterill

Calling All Teen Lit Enthusiasts!

Teen lit lovers of all ages can discuss their favorite novels at Kingwood Library's YA Book Club. Is there a book you've been dying to talk about? Come by and suggest it for next month's read!

January's YA Book Club Read
Title: If I Stay
Author: Gayle Forman
Book Club Date: Thursday, January 16 @ 6:00 PM
Synopsis: "What would you do if you had to choose?" Mia can't remember anything before her terrible wreck, only the shards of her life leftover from after. As she tries to piece everything together, she is left with a difficult choice.
 

Pick up a copy to checkout in the Teen Area, while supplies last. Join the book discussion on January 16 at 6:00 PM in the conference room of the Kingwood Branch Library. No registration required. See Leanne, the YA Librarian for more information, or call 281-360-6804. See our reads from past months below.

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We have book discussions to fit almost any taste, find yours here.

 

Book Clubs News

Here’s what our book clubs are reading in September:
Afternoon Book Club (1st Tuesday, 3 pm): Salvage the Bones by Jesmyn Ward
Paranormal Book Club (2nd Monday, 7 pm): Bitten by Kelley Armstrong
Inspirational Book Club (2nd Thursday, 7 pm): Scoop by Rene Gutteridge
Homeschool Book Club (3rd Monday, 1 pm. Because space is limited, pre-registration is required): The Westing Game by Ellen Raskin
Non-Fiction Book Club (3rd Tuesday, 3 pm): The Killer of Little Shepherds: A True Crime Story and the Birth of Forensic Science by Douglas Starr
After Austen Book Club (Last Monday, 7 pm): Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
Mystery Book Club (4th Thursday, 1 pm): Defending Jacob by William Landay

A couple of notes: sadly, we have retired the History Book Club. We have also changed the name of the Tweens Book Club to the Homeschool Book Club. And because it has proved to be so popular and our space is limited, we’ve had to require a first-come first-served pre-registration for that club alone. Registration opens August 27th. To register, phone the main library number, 832-559-4200,and ask for the YA Librarian.

June Book Club Reads

As we kick off our Summer Reading programs, here’s what our book clubs are reading in June:
Afternoon Book Club (1st Tuesday, 3 pm): The House at Tyneford by Natasha Solomons
Paranormal Book Club (2nd Monday, 7 pm): Phantom Evil by Heather Graham
Inspirational Book Club (2nd Thursday, 7 pm): Dandelion Summer by Lisa Wingate
Tween Homeschool Book Club (3rd Monday, 1 pm): is resting until September!
Non-Fiction Book Club (3rd Tuesday, 3 pm): Stiff: The Curious Life of Human Cadavers by Mary Roach
History Book Club (4th Tuesday, 7 pm): The Devil in the White City by Erik Larson
After Austen Book Club (Last Monday, 7 pm): The Missing Manuscript of Jane Austen by Syrie James
Mystery Book Club (4th Thursday, 1 pm): are discussing Jane Cleland’s mystery books in preparation for her visit to the library July 1st.

Come join a club and meet people who like to read the same kinds of books that you do.

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