The library provides kits to book clubs with a Wyndham City Libraries Book Club membership. Book clubs generally have eight members and are free to join. Each club is self-run and has a Coordinator (nominated by the club) who organises borrowing and returns. 

Join one of the library’s online book programs

If you aren’t part of an existing book club, you might want to take part in an online program.

Virtual Book Club

Join our Virtual Book Club!

Each month we meet online to chat about a selected title (just like a traditional book club). Each title is announced in advance, giving you plenty of time to read it. All books chosen for Virtual Book Club are available for multiple people to borrow at the same time - which means that you can download and read them anytime.

Online event

3rd Thursday of the month, 7.30pm -8.30pm

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Follow #WyndhamReads on Facebook and Instagram to find out what Wyndham library staff and community members are reading. Post your own reviews and recommendations online, using the hashtag.

Already in a book club?

If your book club would like to access Wyndham City Libraries’ collection of book club kits, please contact our Adult Programs and Services Team on 8734 0200 or email BookClubs@wyndham.vic.gov.au. Staff can assist you in creating a membership for your club, as well as taking you through how to use the kits.

Book club kits

The library has a collection of over 100 book club kits that are available to clubs with a Wyndham City Libraries Book Club membership. Each kit contains eight copies of the same book, along with a folder that includes reviews and discussion questions. To borrow a book club kit please place a request via the library catalogue or by calling your local branch.

View the catalogue

Discussion guides

Find some suggested conversation prompts to get discussion started.

Online sources

  • Publisher websites – if you look up the title you are reading, sometimes the publisher’s website will include discussion notes, and author biographies
  • LitLovers.com – this website has over 3,500 sets of book club questions, as well as generic questions to choose from
  • Search for the title and book club questions/discussion in your favourite search engine. E.g. A Tale of Two Cities Charles Dickens book club questions

Questions for download

If you can’t find questions for your chosen book, these generic starter questions may help:


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