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Book Club Information
The Windsor Public Library and Wilson Branch facilitates one book club currently.
The Windsor Public Library’s Afternoon Book Club meets on the second Thursday of the month from 2 to 3 pm in person and on Zoom – its a hybrid book club. If you are interested in the current title, please call the Reference Desk at 860-285-1918. If you are interested in attending, please register through Library Calendar.
If your book club knows what they want to read, we can help. Just contact our Book Club Coordinator, Danielle Tapper and she will get you set up! One thing to consider is using one of our book club kits – these include ten copies of great titles and are available to check out for six weeks. Book Club Kits Flyer
The 2023 Reading Challenge
Want to up your reading game? Try the 2023 Reading Challenge and expand your horizons! Click the image to learn more!
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Is there a specific item you’re looking for but cannot find? Let us know! Fill out this form with as much information as you have, like title, author, format, etc. and we will do our best to find your item!
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NoveList Plus is a source available through libraries that offers reading recommendations and read-alikes as well as listen-alikes for audiobooks, series information, reviews, lists, and book award information.
NetGalley distributes digital uncorrected proofs of novels to users in order to generate reviews pre-publication. These are typically granted to “professional readers” such as bloggers, book reviewers, booksellers, educators, journalists, and librarians.