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reading group

n
a group of people who meet regularly to discuss a book that they have all read
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Teenagers who attend a writing group run by Durham County Council's Clayport Library are helping a local nursing home's own reading group.
It was for his work planning and supporting the new Huddersfield Library reading group.
Rhondda Cynon Taf council cabinet member for culture Councillor Graham Thomas said: "I'm sure plenty of residents will enjoy the opportunity of joining the Reading Group and take part in some thought-provoking evenings with fellow members discussing the books of their choice.
BIRMINGHAM author Chris Collett, who created the Inspector Mariner series, will give a talk to the Erdington Crime Fiction Reading Group.
A READING group in Coventry is appealing for new members to help keep it going.
The Reading Group Book of the Year, an award organised by Orange in association with Penguin, has been named as The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini.
Shared reading group volunteers A CHARITY is looking for volunteers to help vulnerable people through the use of shared reading.
Mathematics and Technology Education (CSMTEJ at Monash University took action to address this need by forming a reading group to encourage interested teachers of science from primary and secondary schools to meet regularly to discuss relevant journal articles and Implications for their practice.
Emily told the story of a woman who visited her mother in her dementia care home and sat in on her reading group.
MIRFIELD Library Reading Group has been selected as one of three public library reading groups to advise on the winner of this year's elite Man Booker Prize.
BARRY Library is launching a new shared reading group.
So she started a book club last year called the Founding Fathers Reading Group and invited a few friends to join.