Message From the Director: Author Susan Wiggs Visits Our Book Club

“Ah, how good it is to be among people who are reading.”

– Rainer Maria Rilke

Livingston Library Community, 

There is something magical about connecting readers with their next favorite book, but connecting readers with other readers is extraordinary. The Livingston Public Library is pleased to offer book clubs that do just that- bring books and readers together. 

We’re excited to announce our upcoming Bookish Vibes book club meeting on Thursday, May 6th at 7pm, where we will be reading The Lost and Found Bookshop by Susan Wiggs. During this book club readers will discuss the book, along with their own bookish thoughts about the writing, act of reading, and more. The best part is that Susan Wiggs will also be joining us! That’s right! You’ll be able to ask Wiggs anything you want about her book, writing process, and reading habits. **Readers are not required to read the selected title, and are encouraged to come ready to discuss any title by Wiggs or anything bookish!

The Livingston Public Library offers a plethora of other book cubs for various reading interests. If you’re interested in more ways to connect with readers and books consider joining: 

  • Unstuck in Time: The next Unstuck in Time meeting is scheduled to take place on Tuesday, May 25th at 7pm.  Unstuck in Time revisits classic speculative fiction. At this upcoming meeting, readers will be discussing Toni Morrison’s Beloved.   
  • Let’s Talk About Books: If you’re looking for an afternoon book club, Let’s Talk About Books is for you! This book club reads literary fiction and nonfiction.  The next meeting will be held on Friday, May 14th at 12:45pm.  Readers will be discussing The Library Book by Susan Orlean. 
  • X-treme Readers: Children in grades 4-5 will enjoy our X-treme Readers book club! X-treme Readers is a great place for young readers to interact and bond over their love of literature while discussing our book of the month. We are reading the New York Tiems Bestselling story about kindness, friendship, and hope, Wishtree by Katherine Applegate. The next meeting will take place on Tuesday, May 25th at 6pm.
  • Yakety-Yak: This book club for grades 2-3 fosters a love of reading amongst young readers. The next Yakety Yak book club meeting will be taking place on Tuesday, May 4th at 4pm.  Children will be reading Zita Space Girl: Far From Home by Ben Hatke. 

The Livingston Public Library’s book clubs are scheduled to take place via Zoom.  Registration is required and can be done so through the Library’s event calendar, here. An email with information on how to access the Zoom meeting will be emailed to you the day before the event is to take place.


Amy Babcock, Director 

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