Book Clubs

The Poetry of Robert Frost

On April 3, in honor of National Poetry Month, we will examine some of the poems of Robert Lee Frost.Often using colloquial speech, New England settings, and characters, Frost created a slice of American rural life in early 20th century.

Featured: A Reading Group for All Things Info Policy, Tech, Internet and Bookish

Curious about Facebook’s new privacy policy? Wondering about Net Neutrality? Have something to say about Wired’s latest?Join DC Public Library for Featured, all the perks of a book club without the commitment.Each month we’ll read a few popular pieces paired with a scholarly article or two, get together, and discuss.For this month’s Featured articles:

Read the Book First! Book Club & Film Series

They always say the book is better than the movie. Check out the Read the Book First! Book Club & Film Series to decide once and for all if "they" are always right or not!For the Book Club portion of this program, we'll be reading and discussing the following books:

Mystery Thriller Book Club

The July selection for the Mystery Thriller Book Club is Gone Girl

Mystery Thriller Book Club

The June selection for the Mystery Thriller Book Club is The Gods of Gotham by Lyndsay Faye.

Mystery Thriller Book Club

The May selection for the Mystery Thriller Book Club is The Expats

Mystery Thriller Book Club

The April selection for the Mystery Thriller Book Club is Suspect by Robert Crais.

History Book Club

In 1814, the British invaded Washington, D.C. and burned many of the government buildings located here.

History Book Club

June marks 100th anniversary of the start of World War I.
Transatlantic by Colum McCann

Capitol Hill Reads Book Club

Join us for a book club for and by the book lovers of Capitol Hill. Every month, we will read a different book, in a different location on the Hill.

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