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How to Start a Reading Group - How to Start a Book Club

Reading Group - Starting a Reading Group

How to Maintain a Reading Group Once It's Formed

Barnes and Noble - How to Run a Reading Group - Running Your Reading Group

What Should the Group Read? - How to Choose Books to Discuss with Your Reading Group - Selections for Lively Discussions - Choosing What to Read

Online Reading Guides with Discussion Questions

First, try They have discussion questions for over 1500 books. If you can't find it there, try searching the web site of your book's publisher. Book club discussion pages for some of the major publishing houses are listed here:

AnchorBallantineBantam DellBroadwayHarper CollinsHenry Holt,  Houghton MifflinHyperion BooksKnopfLittle Brown, Penguin Putnam,
Random House, Simon & Schuster, St. Martin's Press,
Time Warner Bookmark, Vintage, W.W. Norton and Company

Help! I can't find any discussion questions for our book! has that covered, too: Writing Your Own Guide

Books About
Reading Groups:

The New York Public Library Guide
to Reading Groups
by Rollene Saal
ISBN  0517883570

The Reading Group Book: The Complete Guide to Starting and Sustaining a Reading Group, with Annotated Lists of
250 Titles for
Provocative Discussion
by David Laskin
and Holly Hughes.
ISBN - 0452272017

The Reading Group Handbook
by Rachel W. Jacobsohn.
ISBN - 0786883243

What to Read: The Essential Guide for Reading Group Members and Other Book Lovers
by Mickey Pearlman.
ISBN - 0060953136