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No Questions—Don’t Panic!

These days most publishers include discussion questions for a lot of their books.  You can find them either on their web sites or printed at the back of books.  But what do you do when your web searching has come up with nothing and you have no time to make up questions of your own?  Don’t panic—help is out there. 

I know it was mentioned in a previous post, but I just have to tell you that is an awesome site.  They offer discussion guides for a variety of books and are a great place to go if you come up empty elsewhere.  And they’ve thought of everything—even for those times when you’ve got nothing.  Check out their “What to Do When There’s No Guide Available” page for good general conversation starters for a variety of genres (fiction and non-fiction).



About the Author:

Misha Stone is a readers' advisory librarian with The Seattle Public Library. Follow her on Twitter at @ahsimlibrarian.

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