Grafton Public Library

Book Groups

The Grafton Public Library supports the following Book Discussion Groups. Please email graftonlibrary.ma@gmail.com or call 508-839-4649 x1840 to register or for more information!

“Reads Well With Others” Adult Book Discussion
Ages: 18+
meets: last Monday of the month (usually)
facilitator: Heidi Fowler
September pick:  The Last Chance Library, by Freya Sampson.
October pick: Nine Perfect Strangers by Liane Moriarty.

Senior Book Discussion Group
Ages: 55+
meets: first Wednesday of each month
location:  the Senior Center
facilitator: varies
October pick :State of Terror: a novel, by Hillary Rodham Clinton and Louise Penny
November pick : The Only Woman in the Room, by Marie Benedict.

“Daytimers” GPL Book Club
Ages: 18+
meets: 3rd Tuesday of each month
location: Grafton Public Library
facilitator: Heidi Fowler
September pick: The Lost Castle : a novel, by Kristy Cambron.
October pick: The Authenticity Project by Clare Pooley.

“Not Just for Young Adults” Book Group
Ages: 18+
meets: 2nd Monday of each month (usually)
location: Grafton Public Library
facilitator: Heidi Fowler
September pick: Aurora Rising, by Amie Kaufman.
October pick: The Accident Season, by Moira Fowley-Doyle.

GPL Mystery Book Group
Ages: 18+
meets: 3rd Tuesday of the month
location: Grafton Public Library
facilitator: Heidi Fowler
September pick: Plaid and Plagiarism, by Molly MacRae.
October pick: The Lady Has a Past, by Amanda Quick.

Inspirational Book Club
Ages: 18+
meets: Last Tuesday of the month
location: Grafton Public Library
facilitator: Heidi Fowler
September pick:  The Writer’s Library : the authors you love on the books that changed their lives, by Nancy Pearl and Jeff Schwager (editors).
October pick: Emotional Advantage by Randy Taran.

Mystery Book Group
Ages: 18+
meets 4th Thursday of the month
meets off-site
facilitator: Jane Nozzolillo/Barbara Cleary
September pick: A Crafter Hooks a Killer, by Holly Quinn and / or Book Clubbed, by Lorna Barrett.
October pick: Treacherous is the Night, by Anna Lee Huber and / or Prose and Cons, by Amanda Flower.