Reading Groups for Everyone

Reading Groups for Everyone

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What is Reading Groups for Everyone?

Reading Groups for Everyone is the UK’s largest reading group network. Whether you’re already in a reading group, want to join one or looking to set one up, you’re in the right place.

Join today to discover your next great read, get free books to read and review before anyone else, enter competitions to meet authors and take part in great giveaways.

Who is it for?

Our reading group network is for everyone. The book clubs meet in all kinds of places and are made up of all kinds of people. The one thing they have in common is that they love reading and talking about books.

We know how important reading for pleasure is and the positive difference it makes to our lives. Reading groups are a great way to make friends, feel connected and empowered to try books you’d never have come across otherwise. 

94% of people felt more connected to others thanks to their reading group

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We hosted 7,873 reading groups across the UK in 2022-23


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Join the new Blue Peter Book Club!

Each month, presenters will showcase a new book and be joined by young readers to talk about the incredible stories, new worlds and fascinating characters they discover.

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Share your reading group story

What impact does being in a reading group or book club have on you? Does it make you read more, or try different types of books? At The Reading Agency, we want to encourage reading groups to become active members of our reading community.

We believe reading has the power to transform lives and we can prove that it does.
Donate today to help us get more people reading.

The Reading Agency

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