While we are in the nominating spirit here at One Read, consider this question. What are your favorite “discussible” books – those that inspire animated dialog and thought-provoking exchanges among readers? Your library has created book discussion kits for many titles we think fit the bill, including Kathryn Stockett’s “The Help,” Malcolm Gladwell’s “Outliers” and Daniel Woodrell’s “Winter’s Bone.” The folks at Reading Group Choices are conducting a survey to determine what book groups consider the best discussible books. Weigh in by March 25 for a chance to win $100 for your book club! Or simply comment here to share with other readers the title that had your book group buzzing.
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