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 x1102 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
December pick: The Art of Baking Blind, by Sarah Vaughan.
January pick: Gravity is the Thing, by Jaclyn Moriarty

Senior Book Discussion Group
Ages: 55+
meets: first Wednesday of each month
location:  the Senior Center
facilitator: varies
January pick : A Fall of Marigolds  by Susan Meissner.
February pick : Dewey defeats Truman : the 1948 election and the battle for America’s soul by A. J. Baime.

“Daytimers” GPL Book Club
Ages: 18+
meets: 3rd Tuesday of each month
location: Grafton Public Library
facilitator: Heidi Fowler
December pick: Winter Solstice, by Rosamunde Pilcher.
January pick: Before She Was Helen, by Caroline B. Cooney.

“Not Just for Young Adults” Book Group
Ages: 18+
meets: 2nd Monday of each month (usually)
location: Grafton Public Library
facilitator: Heidi Fowler
December pick: The Afterlife of Holly Chase, by Cynthia Hand.
January pick: The Sound of Stars, by Alechia Dow

GPL Mystery Book Group
Ages: 18+
meets: On a Tuesday once a month
location: Grafton Public Library
facilitator: Heidi Fowler
December pick: Whiteout by Ken Follett.
January pick: The Body in the Castle Well by Martin Walker.

Inspirational Book Club
Ages: 18+
meets: On a Tuesday once a month
location: Grafton Public Library
facilitator: Heidi Fowler
December pick: Outer Order, Inner Calm: Declutter & Organize to Make Room For More Happiness, by Gretchen Rubin.
January pick: Creativity Rules, by Tina Seelig.

Mystery Book Group
Ages: 18+
meets 4th Thursday of the month
meets off-site
facilitator: Jane Nozzolillo/Barbara Cleary
November: A Deadly Feast by Lucy Burdette and / or The Lions of Fifth Avenue by Fiona Davis.
December: Footsteps in the Dark  by Georgette Heyer and / or Murder for Christmas by Francis Duncan.