The library has Book Discussion Groups for all ages and interests
Pizza and Pages (Teen Book Discussion Group)
Teens in grades 7-12 can join their peers in a discussion of books written specifically for them! The first 10 sign-ups receive a copy of the month’s book for free!
- May 12: Paper Towns by John Green
Herstory: Women’s Issues through Literature
Please join us in our monthly reading group. Books and discussions will include topics that revolve around women’s issues in society as perceived through literature. we will discuss the history of each concept and how far women’s roles have changed in society over the years. Our discussions will be fun and lively with a chance to explore interesting topics and make new friends. For more information please call the Information Desk at 714-777-2873 ext. 6.
- May 18th: Moonlight Palace by Liz Rosenberg
- June 15th: The House at Sugar Beach by Helene Cooper
- July 20th: The Light Between Oceans by ML Stedman
- Aug 17th: Not Quite Nice by Celia Imrie
- Sept 21st: The Engagements by J Courtney Sullivan
- Oct 19th: Stop Over in Venice by Kathryn Walker
- Nov 23rd: On the Noodle Road by Jen Lin-Liu
- Dec 21st: Party!
Make N’ Take Book Discussion Group
Read a book, discuss, and make a craft! Discuss the month’s chosen title, while creating a craft inspired by the book. Supplies will be provided
READ – Read Enjoy And Discuss
Presented by our Friends of the Library, the books are picked from the entire spectrum of writing: classics, non-fiction, recent publications in all different genres. READ meets on the second Wednesday
of the month at 7 p.m. in the Library’s Yorba Room.
Talk It Up!
Students in 4th-6th grade, read any good books lately? Come share about the books you are reading this summer while enjoying pizza and a craft. Talk It Up takes place the third Tuesday of every month in our Storytime Theater. For more information, please call the Children’s Desk at 714-777-2873 ext. 7
“Who Done It?” Mystery Group
Also presented by our Friend’s of the Library, Who Done It? Is the mystery (crime fiction) group. Themes for discussion vary from certain authors to specific locations or various subjects and settings. This group meets in the Library Community Room at 2 p.m. on the 4th Monday of the month.