The Greensboro Public Library is a great resource for finding a book club you might like, as well as for making book suggestions.
On the library’s website, you can find the addresses, phone numbers and hours of operation of the library’s eight branches.
And if visiting the library isn’t your thing and you have an e-reader, you can borrow books through the website or the cellphone / tablet app called Libby (overdrive.com/apps/libby). All you need is your library card number. You can send the books directly to your Kindle or download them for other devices. A video on the website will walk you through the process.
If you’re stuck on what you should read next, the library’s offerings list the favorite nation’s book club links:
Book Browse reading guides: bookbrowse.com/reading_guides
Oprah Book Club: oprah.com/app/books.html
Library branches also have book clubs and have a plan for everyone to get the book they need.
Book Club Collection
Book sets are available for your book club for a special loan period. Learn more about this collection. Read new books and make new friends.