Hit the Books Do you like to read but feel you never really have the time to invest in starting and finishing a good book? Make time by integrating reading into your social or work life—create a book club! The process is simple: Invite a few like-minded pals or coworkers to join, select a book and set a date for a discussion. (Look for a book that includes a reading group guide to facilitate your conversation.) Choose a mutually beneficial time to get together. Evenings or weekends are typical, but if your club is with coworkers, you might opt to make it a late-afternoon gathering—or even a walk! Worried about taking on “club-worthy” best-sellers for the first time? Start by making School Nutrition the focus of your monthly discussions! Top Five Book Club Reads Gone Girl Gillian Flynn The Help Kathryn Stockett The Book Thief Markus Zusak The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society Mary Ann Shaffer The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks Rebecca Skloot —www.goodreads.com, June 2015
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