The library hosts four different book discussions for adults. New members are always welcome, and copies of the books are available at the information desk. Audio and downloadable copies may also be available.
Virtual talks with notable authors are also available to Bethlehem cardholders.
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This daytime book discussion meets once a month on a Monday at 1:30 p.m. Follow the Daybooks discussion on Goodreads.
The group is led by library staff and is open to everyone. Copies of upcoming titles to be discussed are available to be picked up at the Information Desk. For more information, call (518) 439-9314, ext. 2.
Own Voices Book Group
This evening book discussion group meets every other month on a Wednesday at 7 p.m. It is dedicated to reading and discussing books by diverse authors in order to gain a better understanding of race and racism. Each month we will read a nonfiction or #OwnVoices fiction book.
Dark Corners Book Group
This adult evening book discussion meets at 7 p.m. on a Wednesday every other month beginning in October and will focus on suspense, mystery, horror and more.
The group is led by library staff, welcomes everyone, and does not require registration for its meetings. Copies of upcoming titles to be discussed are available to be picked up at the Information Desk. For more information, call (518) 439-9314, ext. 2.
Based on the Novel
A movie viewing and discussion comparing the book to the movie.