Book Clubs

New!  Men’s Book Club

  • A friendly once-a-month gathering to discuss your favourite books – fiction…non-fiction…biographies…it’s about ideas!
  • The Men’s Book Club meets the 2nd Thursday of the month from 1:00 til 2:30pm in the Community Room.
  • Please register in advance by contacting the library at 604-885-3260 or

Book Club for Millennials!

  • The purpose of the Millennial Book Club is to engage the local community of readers and library users who are in their 20s and 30s.
  • More information

Book Club Looking for New Members

  • Meets 4th Wednesday of each month at 1:15 pm
  • For more information please contact Barbara at 604-885-5076 or email


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Book Club Titles @ SPL

Book Club titles are available to everybody, but are especially handy for book clubs as we own multiple copies.

  • Book Club Titles – more coming soon

Alexis, Andre

Baldwin, Shauna Singh

Banner, Catherine

Barnes, Julian

Barnes, Julian

Bergen, David

Brittain, Vera

Brooks, Geraldine

Catton, Eleanor

Christie, Michael

Di Cintio, Marcello

Doerr, Anthony

Endicott, Marina

Freedman, Karyn

Galloway, Steven

Gaston, Bill

Goldstein, Jonathan

Gowda, Shilpi Somaya

Gray, Charlotte *

Green, John

Hamilton, Ian *

Hannah, Kristin

Heighton, Stephen *

Hicks, Caitlin

Hill, Lawrence

Humphreys, Helen

Humphreys, Helen

Jackson, Joshilyn

Jonasson, Jonas

Joyce, Rachel

Karlinsky, Harry

Kay, Guy Gavriel

Kearsley, Susanna

Kidd, Sue Monk

Klein, Naomi

Kondo, Marie

Lee, Harper

Levy, Deborah

Macleod, Alistair

Martel, Yann

McLain, Paula

McMillan, Amber *

Moore, Lisa

Nawaz, Zarqa

Orwell, George

Osler, Sanford

Ozeki, Ruth L.

Paetkau, Eric J.

Para, Kathryn

Louise Penny

Pick, Alison

Rowell, Rainbow

Semple, Maria

Simonds, Merilyn

Sloan, Robin

Smith, Annabel

Tartt, Donna

Toorpakai, Maria

Turner, Chris

Uppal, Priscilla

Urquhart, Jane

Vermette, Katherena *

Wagamese, Richard

Watt-Cloutier, Sheila

Weir, Ian

White, Frank

Winman, Sarah

Winston, Mark L.

Winter, Kathleen

*FoWA 2017

Fifteen Dogs

The Selector of Souls

The House at the Edge of Night

The Noise of Time

The Sense of An Ending

The Age of Hope

Testament of Youth


The Luminaries

If I Fall, If I Die

Walls:  Travels Along the Barricades

All the Light we Cannot See

Close to Hugh

One Hour in Paris

The Confabulist

The World

I’ll Seize the Day Tomorrow

The Golden Son

The Promise of Canada: 150 years…

The Fault in Our Stars

The Couturier of Milan


The Nightingale Won’t let you Sleep

The Theory of Expanded Love

The Illegal


The Evening Chorus

The Opposite of Everyone

The 100 Year Old Man Who Climbed…

The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry

The Stonehenge Letters

River of Stars

A Desperate Fortune

The Invention of Wings

This Changes Everything

The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up

Go Set a Watchman

The Travels of Daniel Ascher


The High Mountains of Portugal

The Paris Wife

The woods: a year on Protection Island


Laughing all the way to the Mosque


Canoe Crossings

A Tale for the Time Being

The Doc’s Side


The Great Reckoning

Between Gods

Landline: a novel

Where’d you go, Bernadette

Breakfast at the Exit Cafe

Mr. Penumbras 24 Hour Bookstore

Whiskey & Charlie

The Goldfinch

A Different Kind of Daughter

War on Science


The Night Stages

The Break

Medicine Walk

The Right to be Cold

Will Starling

Milk Spills and One Log Loads

When God was a Rabbit

Bee Time:  Lessons from the Hive



Starting Your Own Book Club?

Visit the links below for information on how to get your own book club going:

  • NoveList
    Includes book reviews, read-alikes, author biographies and discussion questions.
  • GoodReadsIncludes reader reviews, trivia, reading lists, etc.  You can choose to sign up and share book lists.
  • BookClubs.caFocuses on Canadian titles and includes reading guides, information about author events, and books in the news.
    An online book club that anyone can join.
  • Oprah’s Book Club
    Includes recommended book lists, author interviews and more.
    Includes reviews, previews, stories behind the books, author interviews, reading guides, and more.
  • Mostly, we eat!
    A long-running book club that includes recommended reads and advice on starting a book club.