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National Reading Group Month: The 2019 Great Group Reads

Did you know that October is National Reading Group Month? And that each year Booklist and the Women’s National Book Association join forces to celebrate? To kick off this year’s festivities, the WNBA has released its annual list of Great Group Reads, which were selected by a dedicated committee of writers, reviewers, librarians, booksellers, and publicists—and are sure to inspire serious speed reading and sharing all month long. Check out the 20-title list, linked to Booklist reviews when available, below!

The Affairs of the Falcóns, by Melissa Rivero

All You Can Ever Know: A Memoir, by Nicole Chung

The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek, by Kim Michele Richardson

Death of a Rainmaker, by Laurie Loewenstein

The Girls at 17 Swann Street, by Yara Zgheib

Haben: The Deafblind Woman Who Conquered Harvard Law, by Haben Girma

The Honey Bus: A Memoir of Loss, Courage and a Girl Saved by Bees, by Meredith May

The Last Year of the War, by Susan Meissner

Laurentian Divide, by Sarah Stonich

The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart, by Holly Ringland

Love You Hard: A Memoir of Marriage, Brain Injury, and Reinventing Love, by Abby Maslin

Moon of the Crusted Snow, by Waubgeshig Rice

Mrs. Everything, by Jennifer Weiner

No Good Asking, by Fran Kimmel

Retablos: Stories From a Life Lived Along the Border, by Octavio Solis

Southernmost, by Silas House

Tomorrow’s Bread, by Anna Jean Mayhew

Tonic and Balm, by Stephanie Allen

The Tubman Command, by Elizabeth Cobbs

Unfurled, by Michelle Bailat-Jones


P.S. For even more reading group recommendations, be sure to join us for tomorrow’s webinar, Brilliant Book Club Picks.

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Briana Shemroske is Booklist's Marketing Associate. She graduated with a BA from Lake Forest College where she studied English Writing and Art History. In her free time she can be found eating cheeseburgers, frolicking with her schnoodle, Moritz, and feebly attempting to play board games. Follow her on Twitter at @Booklist_Briana.

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