Book club may refer to:
- Book discussion club, a group of people who meet to discuss a book or books that they have read
- Book sales club, a subscription-based method of selling and purchasing books
Book club may also refer to:
- Bookclub (radio), a BBC Radio 4 programme
- The Book Group, a British television situation comedy
- Literature Circles, a group of students who meet in a classroom to discuss a book or books that they have read
- The Richard & Judy Book Club, a regular chat show segment responsible for 26% of book sales in the United Kingdom in 2008
- Text publication societies, sometimes known as book clubs in 19th-century Britain: learned societies dedicated to the publication of scholarly editions of old works of historical or literary interest
Other articles related to "book club, book, club, books":
... The Book Club Bible is a non-fiction anthology of literary reviews, with a foreword by Lionel Shriver, whose novel We Need To Talk About Kevin has its own prominent entry ... Aside from providing a synopsis for each book, the text also features background information on the author, suggested comparison volumes, a detailed historical context and starting ... The intention of the anthology is to encourage book club members to seek out and discuss important contemporary or classical works ...
... Megan texts her best friend Becca, "that she and her mother are in a book club and that she hates it," during book club, and Emma peeks at her hopefully ... Her mother tells her that starting the club will look good on her application to the colonial academy, which Megan has no interest in, because she wants ... shopping with Becca, Ashley, and Jen and criticises the book club ...
... sending out the call "Calling all Super Readers! To the Book Club!" The four characters, Whyatt, Pig, Red Riding Hood, and Princess Pea, then appear in front of the aforementioned Book Club, which is a building ... Once the characters are assembled, Whyatt's Book Club Mainframe, the main computer, is activated ... in a book!" Pig wonders, "Which book should we look in?" and in response, Princess Pea casts a magic spell to summon the appropriate book “ Peas and Carrots, Carrots ...
... SCB was founded as the “Book Club” on October 4, 1904 by His Royal Highness Prince Mahisara Rajaharudaya, a brother of King Chulalongkorn (Rama V ... The name “Book Club” was chosen in an effort to keep the project sub rosa as it was something of an experiment ... After the success of the “Book Club”, King Chulalongkorn granted royal approval for it to officially operate as a commercial bank under the name “The Siam Commercial Bank ...
... In 1926, Scholastic published its first book, Saplings, which was a collection of selected student writings by the winners of the Scholastic Writing Awards ... So, even with the later transition into paperback books, the company continued under the name Scholastic Magazines, Inc ... After World War II, cheap paperback books became available ...
Famous quotes containing the words club and/or book:
“I think there ought to be a club in which preachers and journalists could come together and have the sentimentalism of the one matched with the cynicism of the other. That ought to bring them pretty close to the truth.”
—Reinhold Niebuhr (18921971)
“A book is a mirror: if an ape looks into it an apostle is hardly likely to look out.”
—G.C. (Georg Christoph)