Neighborhood Book Group
Your book group can have many different members. You can invite kids that are the same age, or start an all-ages group. (Just make sure that the kids have read the book, or have had it read to them.)
You may want to invite people with the same interests or backgrounds, who live near each other.
The size of your group will depend on the space you have for meetings.
If you have more than 10 members in your group, you might like to consider having two facilitators instead of one. The facilitator should be organized, but flexible. This role may rotate among adults or older group members.
Does this sound like the kind of group for you? Follow these easy steps to get your own book group started.
If this isn't the kind of group you want to start, take a look at these types of book groups.
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