Book Clubs

Classics Revisited: 'How Proust Can Change Your Life' by Alain De Botton

Chevy Chase Library's "Classics Revisited" discussion series will continue in April with How Proust Can Change Your Life By Alain De Botton.Copies of the book at available on a display near the reference desk.The group will meet in the small meeting room.

Africana Book Club

The Africana Book Club will be discussing the novels and non-fiction works about Kenya.Please join us for a lively discussion and light refreshments.

Reading the World Book Club: All Our Names

The Reading the World Bookclub will discuss Dinaw Mengestu's acclaimed new novel All Our Names.  Please join our group for a lively discussion and  reading fellowship accompanied by light refreshments.

Literary Book Group

In this poignant book, Katherine Boo, an American investigative journalist, captures the many lives of the people of Annawadi, a slum on the outskirts of Mumbai, India.

Trashy Book Club

Join us for our romance book club to discuss all your favorite bodice rippers!

First Class: Legacy of Dunbar: America's First Black Public High School

By popular request, please join the friends and staff of the Woodridge Interim Library for our continued discussion of the book First Class Legacy of Dunbar: America's First Black Public School, by Alison Stewart.

'The Lowland'

Join the Georgetown Book Club as we discuss Jhumpa Lahiri's 2013 novel, The Lowland.

West End Book Club

Discussion of Marilynne Robinson's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel Gilead (2004).

Whodunnit Club

Petworth's new mystery book club!March's book selection is And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie. 

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