Ongoing Book Discussion Groups
Share your love of books virtually on Zoom.
Please call or email the Library at least 24 hours prior to each program to register.
The Adult Book Discussion Group meets on the third Thursday of each month at 12:30 p.m. on Zoom. Titles selected are available for borrowing via Overdrive and Libby. Several hard copies of the selected title will also be available for borrowing from the Library. Please call 508-835-3711 to reserve a physical copy. See our pasts lists for 2018-2019, and 2017-2018.
- Thursday, August 20: The Darwin Affair by Tim Mason
- Thursday, September 17: To Be Announced
- Thursday, October 15: To Be Announced
- Thursday, November 19: To Be Announced
The Nonfiction Book Group meets on the last Friday of every other month at 1 p.m. on Zoom. Titles selected are available for borrowing via Overdrive and Libby. Several hard copies of the selected title will also be available for borrowing from the Library. Please call 508-835-3711 to reserve a physical copy.
- Friday, July 31: The Orchid Thief by Susan Orlean
- Friday, September 25: Beneath the Tamarind Tree by Isha Sesay
- Friday, November 20: Pioneers by David McCullough
Mystery Book Group: Check back with us to see when this book group will meet again. Join fellow mystery readers to discuss an interesting mystery novel.
Summer Reading Program
This year we have created an all digital Summer Reading Program! You may log your reading of all ebooks and audio books accessed through the Library’s digital resources, including those that you have read with the Adult Book Discussion Group and the Nonfiction Book Group. Visit the Adult Summer Reading Program page to learn more and register for the program!Book Recommendations
Library staff is always happy to help you find your next great book. The Book Lover's Links to the left will guide you to websites full of book recommendations, books in a series, book club suggestions and audio book recommendations.
The database NoveList Plus is a subscription database which contains tools to help you find author read-a-likes, or similar titles based on content identifiers. You can access Novelist Plus from inside the library here. Or access Novelist Plus from outside the library using your Beaman Library card will be required to log in. Novelist is provided by C/WMARS.