Library Book Clubs

Our Book Clubs

Eckhart Public Library is proud to offer several book clubs facilitated by library staff members. Descriptions and topics are available below.

For resources on book club sets, utilizing a meeting room for your own book club, or other book club opportunities, please contact us.

Due to COVID restrictions, book clubs may not be meeting in person or at partner locations.

Brews + Books

In partnership with Auburn Brewing Company, Brews+Books offers unique titles and unexpected reads in a casual brewpub setting. Grab a pint, and enjoy the conversation!

The Fifth Season

A Hugo Award winning science fiction novel a new, post-apocalyptic fifth season.

Previous selections read and discussed during Brews+Books will be posted below if you want to read more!

Classic City Readers

Classic City Readers encompasses the classic combination of literature and conversation.  They will be reading a diverse variety of titles and topics on their journey through books.


Named after William Shakespeare’s son, this novel of the plague sheds light on the imagined lives of the Shakespeare women in Elizabethan England.

Just Mercy is the true story of Bryan Stevenson’s experiences as a lawyer and founding the Equal Rights Initiative and how it changed his views on justice and mercy.

Previous selections read and discussed during Classic City Readers will be posted below if you want to read more!

Reader’s Delight

Life is hard. Books don’t have to be. Each month Reader’s Delight delves into the lighter side of reading for enjoyable conversation and a happy ending or two.

You Should See Me in a Crown

This Stonewall honor book centers around a young girl in central Indiana that learns that she doesn’t need to change herself in order to fit into the world.

Previous selections read & discussed during Reader’s Delight will be posted below if you want to read more!

Meet The Facilitators



Darcy is the Public Service Manager at Eckhart Public Library. About her preferences she says, “I love everything, but my favorites are quirky fiction in all genres, nonfiction history books, graphic novels, and horror movies. The weirder the better.¬† I listen to any and all music.”



Jenny is the Assistant Director at Eckhart Public Library. About her preferences she says, “A nerd who just wants everybody to end up happily ever after. I read and watch widely, but prefer romance novels; Star Wars-esque space opera; British humor; fluffy mysteries; books written for teens; adventure stories like Harry Potter, Dactyl Hill Squad, and Rick Riordan Presents; and almost anything they show on Masterpiece Theater on PBS. I love reading #OwnVoices books. #WeNeedDiverseBooks”