For Book Clubs

"When one has read a book, I think there is nothing so nice as discussing it with some one else - even though it sometimes produces rather fierce arguments."

 ― C.S. Lewis 

We can help you pick titles that will incite conversations and send you home with discussion guides full of background information about the book—won't your friends be impressed!

Book Club Selections Book Club Selections

Each fall, we choose a selection of books both fiction and non-fiction that will provoke lively chat and provide food for thought. We have ten copies of each title in our print collection. 

Our collection has grown to almost 100 titles! Dive into it in our catalogue or pick up a copy of our Cumulative Book Club Selections booklet next time you're in the Library. Cumulative Book Club Selections in the catalogue.

Book Club Packages

Looking for reviews, author bios and discussion questions to stimulate conversation? We've compiled these for you in our Book Club Packages, located in the Fiction area. You can search for these in the catalogue by adding 'book club package' after the title. 

WVML Staff Picks!

Share the latest edition of Staff Picks! with your bookclub. You can also browse over a thousand titles from past editions on LibraryThing.

Personal Service

Whether you're looking for information on starting a book club, selecting titles to take to your next meeting, or wanting to find reviews and discussion guides for a particular book, we can help! 

And More  

Love to research? Find magazine and newspaper reviews in the sources on our Book Reviews topic page, or in-depth critcism in the literary databases on our Literature topic page.

The Web is full of resources for book clubs, but we think these sites are among the best:

Amnesty International Book Club

The Amnesty International Book Club encourages Canadians to read good books with human rights themes.  You can browse their reading list to find a book with a human rights theme for your club and download the discussion guide.



The well-read online community, LitLovers offers over 2,000 reading guides including discussion questions and resources galore.


NoveList Plus

Looking for an edgy mystery or a button-up romance? Find titles by subject, genre, mood, or other criteria. NoveList Plus, a readers’ guide to fiction and nonfiction including audiobooks, provides access to information on over 200,000 titles. This resource includes series, book discussion guides, reading lists and more. Invaluable information for avid readers and book clubs.