Wells Public Library - Wells, Maine
Wells Public Library

Book Discussion Groups at the Library
The Wells Public Library in joint sponsorship with Wells-Ogunquit Adult Community Education is pleased to offer two monthly Adult Book Discussion groups. 

The evening group usually meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 6:15 PM and the afternoon group  usually meets the fourth Tuesday of each month from 1:15 - 2:45 p.m. 

Most discussions are facilitated by Librarian Cindy Schilling or Wells-Ogunquit Adult Community Education Director Cheryl Dearman Mills. For more information please contact Cindy Schilling at 646-8181 ext. 206 or cschilling@wellstown.org


Daytime Book Discussion Group
This group usually meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 1:15 pm at the Wells Public Library.

Most discussions are facilitated by Library Director Cindy Schilling and Adult Community Education Director Cheryl Dearman Mills.
Books for the program are available through the MINERVA online catalog. Please call the library at 646-8181 to register.


Here are the titles we will be discussing through May, 2014:

February 25 - Around the World in 80 Days by Jules Verne
March 25 - The Last Days of Dogtown by Anita Diamant
April 22 - The Zookeeper's Wife by Diane Ackerman
May 27 - "Readers' Choice" 

Evening Book Discussion Group
This group meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 6:15 pm at the Wells Public Library.

Most discussions are facilitated by Library Director Cindy Schilling and Adult Community Education Director Cheryl Dearman Mills.
Books for the program are available through the MINERVA online catalog.
Please call the library at 646-8181 to register.

Here are the upcoming titles through May, 2014:

March 11 - Animal, Vegetable, Miracle by Barbara Kingsolver
April 8 - Little Bee by Chris Cleave
May 13 - "Readers' Choice" 

Of Interest to Book Discussion Groups...
Are you a member of a book discussion group outside the library?  Here are some websites to help you and the other members of your group find potential titles, along with discussion questions to help get the discussion started.

Reading Group Guides (www.readinggroupguides.com): This site includes more than 3000 guides for both fiction and non-fiction titles.  A good place to find the next book for your discussion group.

Book Group Buzz (http://bookgroupbuzz.booklistonline.com): Updated weekly by librarians who run book clubs, this site gives advice on how to find good books and provides tips on running a discussion.