You are invited to join in one of our many in-person or online book discussions that take place several times each month. In our book discussion groups we read and talk about both fiction and non-fiction books. We express our opinions (both likes and dislikes!) with other avid readers in the city.
Do you know about #currentlyreading on IndyPL's Facebook page on Sunday nights? You can also join in with other readers on Facebook on Sunday nights when we host #currentlyreading. It is a great group to help find what to read next!
Would you rather DIY your book group? You lead the club, we'll provide the books! If you prefer to host your own book discussion or book club, check out an IndyPL Book Club In a Bag Kit. Choose from over 125 titles for your book club! Each kit contains 10 copies of the same title with a 6-week checkout period and book club guides with discussion questions! Learn more
See our complete calendar listing of upcoming book discussions.
Online book discussions are held as an online meeting/webinar. You will be emailed login instructions approximately 24 hours before the event.
Online Young @Heart Online Book Club
Adults who enjoy young adult books are invited to this monthly book discussion.
Online Fit Lit Book Discussion Group
Adults interested in new ways to stay fit and healthy are invited to read from a suggested book list and attend this monthly Zoom discussion. It will include advice and commentary from Marion County Health Department staff and topics from non-expert librarians and fellow readers.
Online Graphic Novel Book Club
Adults are invited to join in an online discussion and offer opinions, ideas and comments on a critically-acclaimed graphic novel. All graphic novel reading levels are encouraged to attend. This month's Graphic Novel is Exit Stage Left: The Snagglepuss Chronicles by Mark James Russell. Borrow a print copy or borrow the e-comic from Hoopla or OverDrive.
Online Book Discussion: Tween Book Club
Join us monthly for IndyPL's Online Tween Book Club for 11-13 year olds! This event is being held as an online meeting/webinar. You will be emailed login instructions approximately 24 hours before the event.
Lawrence Book Discussion
Join us for our next monthly book discussion program. Books selected by group members are available at the Lawrence Branch while supplies last. New members are always welcome.
Martindale-Brightwood Adult Book Club
Martindale-Brightwood Adult Book Club is focusing on Black Women Authors for this year’s theme. The books we are reading will be from different genres. Some authors are well known, while others will have just debuted in the literary world.
Warren Book Discussion
Adults are invited to this monthly book discussion program. Book lists with titles selected by group members are available at the Library. New members are always welcome.
West Perry Teen Comics League
Look! Up in the sky! It’s a Nerd! It’s a Geek! It’s the West Perry Teen Comics League! Please join us the last Wednesday of the month to read and discuss different graphic novels from mainstream superheroes, popular (and unpopular) manga, Indie comics, and more. No registration required.