What to Read

What to Read

The Essential Guide for Reading Group Members and Other Book Lovers

Book - 1999
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In this revised edition of the classic guide for book clubs, Mickey Pearlman'editor, lecturer, and reading group expert--offers annotated, innovative book lists for every dedicated reader. Whether you've been in a reading group for years, are interested in forming or finding one, or you're a book lover looking for new ideas, What to Read is an indispensable resource, listing hundreds of contemporary and classic books organized by subject. By updating every list and adding many new ones, Pearlman now offers pages and pages of fresh ideas. Among the lists that have been revised are: Stop Kidding Around (books for children and young adults) On the Beach Let's Talk About Me (memoirs by men and women) New lists include: What an Adventure! Think About Health Who's on First? Keep it Short (short story collection) What to Read also includes tips on creating and maintaining your own reading group, organizing an E-mail book club, or joining on on-line. See sections called "How to Read," "When to Read," and "Where to Read" for more help!
Publisher: New York : HarperPerennial, c1999.
Edition: 1st ed., rev. and updated.
ISBN: 9780060953133
0060953136
Branch Call Number: 015 Pearlman
Characteristics: xii, 351 p. ;,21 cm.

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