Event Category: Book Groups

Both on going and one-time book related programs.

History Lovers! This book club is for you! Each season we select a book for our first meeting to read together that covers a theme or time period of history. For November/December we will be reading books by the acclaimed historian David McCullough. Click here for a book list. For more information, to register, and to get the zoom link Read More

Do you like graphic novels? Join our new Graphic Novel Discussion Group! Each month readers discuss alternative graphic novels tackling real-life issues and non-fiction subjects, and the independent publishers that release both alternative and mainstream superhero, sci-fi, and fantasy graphic novels and comics. For December we will be reading The 500 Years of Resistance Comic Book by Gord Hill. About Read More

The Cookbook Club is for anyone who loves cooking, likes to talk about cooking, or wants to explore new recipes. Each month we select a cookbook; participants select a recipe, prepares it, and brings it to share with the group. We meet every 2nd Tuesday of each month. We are now meeting in the building! This month’s cookbooks are  The Read More

Cookies and Mystery features cookies, coffee and discussion of a different mystery genre each third Thursday of the month at 11:00 am. Each month the group will read mysteries with a theme. This group will be meeting in the Board Room. If you have questions, please email Mary Bear Shannon at shannon@haverfordlibrary.org.

December’s meeting will be at The Crossbar (2225 Darby Rd, Havertown). Our book selection is Lessons in The Paris Apartment by Lucy Foley. Stop by the Reference Desk to pick up a copy of the book and then join us at The Crossbar! About The Paris Apartment: Jess needs a fresh start. She’s broke and alone, and she’s just left Read More

Join us on the 4th Tuesday of each month for this adult book discussion that is open to all. A different contemporary adult fiction or non-fiction book will be discussed at each meeting. For December we will be discussing Horse by Geraldine Brooks. You can sign up and get a copy of the book at the Reference Desk. About Horse: Read More