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Book Clubs

We offer a 10% discount on all Book Club books whether you purchase in store or online. Want to start a book club in the store or have your book club's picks recognized in the store? Email us at and let's talk about it!

Current Store Book Club Selections

Our book club selection keeps growing! Here are out current picks. All of these book clubs meet at the store, with the exception of the Big Screen Book Club, which meets at O'Neil Cinemas in Littleton.

Fostering Racial Justice Book Club: How to be an Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi
Friday Morning Fiction: Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate
Middle Grade: Sal & Gabi Break the Universe by Carlos Hernandez
Orange Door Cookbook Club: A New Way to Food by Maggie Battista
Revolutionary Woods Well-Read Black Girl: Intercepted by Alexa Martin
Current Local Friends Book Club Selections
Reads, Wines & Brews: The Girl Who Fell From the Sky, by Heidi W. Durrow
Reading Between The Wines: Commonwealth, by Ann Pratchett
Current Selections for National Book Clubs

We also compile several national book clubs for your convenience. Here are their current selections. Don't see your favorite book club here? Tell us about it!

Oprah's Book Club: Becoming, by Michelle Obama
Reese Witherspoon's Book Club: The Last House Guest by Megan Miranda
PBS Newshour-New York Times Book Club: The Woman Warrior by Maxine Hong Kingston
Friday Fiction Book Club

As the title suggests, this new book club will focus in on the adult fiction genre. Hosted by local writer Kyra Wilson Cook, the group will meet on the first Friday mornings of each month, and croissants will be provided free of charge from Legend Cafe! 
Next Meeting:
December 6th, at 10am
 Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate
Prior Selections:
Where'd you go, Bernadetteby Maria Semple
The Power, by Naomi Alderman
Mudbound, by Hillary Jordan
Beautiful Ruins, by Jess Walter
The Proposal, by Jasmine Guillory
The Husband's Secret, by Liane Moriarty
Swing Time, by Zadie Smith

Middle Grade Book Club

Led by local author Rebecca Caprara (The Magic of Melwick Orchard) -- readers can enjoy and discuss great mid-grade reads. Rebecca will also challenge participants to talk about their own stories and story ideas, and engage with them in writing exercises as well.
Next Meeting:
Tuesday, December 17th @ 6pm
Look Both Ways by Jason Reynolds
Prior Selections:
Sal & Gabi Break the Universe by Carlos Hernandez
The Peculiar Incident On Shady Street by Lindsay Currie
Breakout by Kate Messner
New Kidby Jerry Craft
The Miscalculations of Lightning Girl, by Stacy McAnulty
Inside Out and Back Again, by Thanhha Lai
The Parker Inheritance, by Varian Johnson
The Art of the Swap, by Kris Asselin & Jen Malone

Revolutionary Woods Well-Read Black Girl Book Club

The American Booksellers Association has partnered with Glory Edim, author of Well-Read Black Girl, to create Well-Read Black Girl book clubs at independent bookstores throughout the country. Our chapter, named Revolutionary Woods, is hosted by local writer Kyra Wilson Cook
Next Meeting:
November, TBD

Intercepted by Alexa Martin
Prior Selections:

The Poet X, by Elizabeth Acevedo

Sing, Unburied, Sing by Jesmyn Ward
Young Adult Book Club

Young adult books are inspiring, emotional, transformational, and more. The genre has greatly expanded in the past 10 years, and many YA books are enjoyed by people of all ages, making its title almost a misnomer. They're so infectious that we wanted to start a book club specifically for them!

Led by our booksellers Daphne and Olivia, the Young Adult Book Club will meet periodically at the bookstore to discuss a work of young adult fiction. The YA Book Club has met on occasion at Acton-Boxborough Regional High School, in cooperation with ABRHS librarian Anna Secino.
Prior Selections:
We Are Okay, by Nina LaCour
One Of Us Is Lying, by Karen McManus
Crazy Rich Asians, by Kevin Kwan
How It Went Down, by Kekla Magoon
Americanized: Rebel Without a Green Card, by Sara Saedi
When the Moon Was Ours, by Anna-Marie McLemore