Book Groups

Book Groups

Discover new friends and new books!

Book groups provide a welcoming social setting for friends, neighbors, and community members to share ideas. Whether they meet in the library, at a restaurant, or in a home, books groups bring people together.

Are you looking to start your own book group - or need copies for your existing book club? Sno-Isle Libraries is proud to offer book group kits. Each kit includes 10 copies of a single title, which you can borrow for two months. Book Discussion Kit FAQs.

Resources for book discussions may be found at publishers' websites, bound into some editions of the book, or at Book Reporter, opens a new window or ReadingGroupGuides.

Upcoming Library Book Discussions

FAQs: Programs & Events

  • Find information about online and in-person programs in our events calendar

  • The following tips will help ensure that you have a great experience attending a library program on Zoom.


    Please register in the event calendar for the program you would like to attend. Shortly before the event, you will receive an email with the the program link and other information.

    Contact us if you need a new Zoom link.

    How does Zoom work?

    These video tutorials can help you get started with Zoom:

    What should I expect when I join a Zoom event?

    After clicking the event link, you'll join the Zoom waiting room. A host will let you in shortly. The program hosts will provide an introduction to the event and let you know how you can ask questions during the program.

  • Sign Language interpreters are available for online and in-person library events. Please submit your request for an interpreter at least one week in advance to ensure the best availability.

  • We’re always looking for new presenters! Please submit your inquiry by email, and include the following information:

    • Short description of the program(s) you have in mind.
    • Website and/or social media presence.
    • Intended age group for your programs.
    • Do you present online programs, in-person programs, or both?
    • Your speaking fee per program.
    • Briefly describe your experience giving presentations to groups in libraries or other organizations.

    Submission of the form does not guarantee hiring by the library. Library staff will reach out to you with any further questions, or to pursue your offer.

FAQs: Contact Us

  • Chat with us

    By email

    • Submit your questions, comments or suggestions by email and our librarians will assist you.

    By phone

    • Check Locations & Hours to find your community library's phone number and operating hours.
    • Questions? A member of our Administrative Center staff can also help direct your call. Call us at 360-651-7000 (local) or 877-766-4753 (toll-free), Monday - Friday, 7:30 am - 4:30 pm.

    Text us

    • Text your questions to (360) 810-5188. Text assistance is available Monday - Saturday, 9 am - 6 pm. Please include your name and telephone number in your initial message. Standard text messaging rates apply.

    Book a Librarian

    • Make an appointment for a virtual or in-person Book a Librarian session. These free sessions allow you to get one-on-one assistance with your research and technology questions. 
  • Sno-Isle Libraries provides access to its public records under the provisions of the Washington State Public Records Act RCW 42.56, the Public Records Policy, and the Public Records Request Administrative Policy.  

    The Library makes a variety of records available online, including, but not limited to: 

    Other records maintained by the Library are available for public inspection or copy, unless specifically exempted by law.  

    Use of the Library’s Public Records Request form is the most efficient way to make a request; however, its use isn’t required for a request to be processed. Requests may be submitted in person, via mail, email, or phone. To best assist you, include the following information: 

    • Contact information of requester 
    • Identification of the public records adequate to locate the records 
    • Whether you wish to inspect the records in person and/or purchase physical or digital copies 
    • The date and time of day of the request 

    Anyone wishing to inspect or receive a copy of the Library’s public records or seeking assistance in making such a request should contact the Library’s Public Records Officer: 

    Public Records Officer
    Sno-Isle Libraries
    7312 35th Ave NE
    Marysville, WA 98271-7417
    Phone: 360-651-7026/ Fax: 360-651-7151 

    The more precisely you can identify the record(s) you seek, the more responsive the Library can be. You do not need to state the purpose of your request. However, in an effort to clarify or prioritize a request and provide responsive documents, the Public Records Officer may inquire about the nature or scope of the request. 

  • Contact us for assistance.

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