Book Clubs

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Library Book Clubs

Monash Public Library Service proudly supports local book clubs, free of charge, by supplying sets of ten titles up to 12 times each year to each club. The library selects new titles each year to ensure that book clubs have fresh, popular and engaging titles to discuss each month.

English as an Additional Language Reading Club

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If English is not your main language and you would like to practice your reading skills in a safe and supportive environment, our new EAL (English As Additional Language) Reading Club will provide you with this opportunity.

Our free program will run each term and is an opportunity for community members to improve their English language skills, make connections with other residents and learn more about Australian culture. Reading material will be provided and sessions will be conducted by library staff.

EAL Reading Club at Clayton: Intermediate/Advanced

EAL Reading Club at Glen Waverley: Beginner

More information

Walk and Talk Book Club

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This new Book Club walks and talks its way around Jells Park and discusses the book of the month.

It is currently fully booked, and the waiting list is closed. 

Contact Christina (Book Club Librarian) if you have any enquiries 


Phone: 9518 3030

Pride Book Club

The Pride Book Club is a place to ignite friendships and promote thoughtful conversation. It provides an opportunity to connect with other people over great books in a safe and welcoming environment.

Our Book Club is for members and allies of the LGBTIQA+ community who want to read widely with a focus on LGBTIQA+ characters and history.

Reading recommendations will be provided.

The Pride Book Club is now full and not taking new members. 


Online Book Clubs

Many organisations now offer Online Book Clubs. Here are a few: