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a club that people join in order to buy selected books at reduced prices

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The event is in association with promoters and social group Bookclub, which has more than 2,000 members on Facebook.
* TO add log on to bookclub But their victory has caused rebellion to break out - and the Capitol has decided that someone must pay.
There are numerous questions for bookclubs to discuss: Are embryos people or property?
This book raises lots of good bookclub questions to discuss in group, for example, can you love somebody if you have no memory?
DECEMBER'S Bookclub Book of the Month is: A TIGER TOO MANY by Antony Wootten (Eskdale, pounds 4.99), available from Guisborough Bookshop, Whitby Bookshop, Amazon and AIMED at children aged nine to 12, A Tiger Too Many is based on some events in London Zoo during the Second World War.
Bunn's next book entitled Bookclub, five novellas about book clubs in five cities, will also be released by A&B Books under its Upstream Publications imprint in June 2002.
AUGUST'S Bookclub Book of the Month is IT HAD TO BE YOU by David Nobbs (Harper, pounds 7.99) SUMMER is in full swing and it is one of those heady Wimbledon summers.
Alistair Giles, a former marketing director at HarperCollins, called on the industry to shake off its elitist image and embrace the mass media by modelling future promotions on successful events such as World Book Day, Richard and Judy's Bookclub and the Big Read in an attempt to bring books to reluctant readers, reports The Bookseller.
Byline: BOOKCLUB The best place to read about new releases, bestselling authors and children's reads.
July's Bookclub Book of the Month is FLORENCE & GILES by John Harding (Blue Door, pounds 7.99) IT is 1891.
Sarah Dale reports: JUNE'S Bookclub Book of the Month is HOUSE RULES by Jodi Picoult (Hodder & Stoughton, pounds 7.99) TEENAGER Jacob Hunt is brilliant at maths with a wicked sense of humour and extraordinarily organised, but hopeless at reading social cues - and Jacob has Asperger's.
There are reading questions at the end of the book, ideal for a bookclub, but to reveal them here would spoil the ending.
Byline: WITH SHARI LOW bookclub The best place to read about new releases, bestselling authors and children's reads.
APRIL'S Bookclub Book of the Month is THE BRIGHTEST STAR IN THE SKY by Marian Keyes (Penguin, pounds 7.99) WELCOME to 66 Star Street.
FEBRUARY'S Bookclub Book of the Month is EVERY MOMENT COUNTS: A LIFE OF MARY BUTTERWICK by Carmel Thomason (Darton, Longman & Todd, pounds 10.99) MARY Butterwick OBE lost her husband John to cancer in March 1979.