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Library to host first online-only book club

8:58 PM, May 1, 2013
Library assistant Stephanie Halverson works at a computer Monday at the Rothschild branch of the Marathon County Public Library.
Library assistant Stephanie Halverson works at a computer Monday at the Rothschild branch of the Marathon County Public Library.
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The Marathon County Public Library launched a digital classics book club May 1 in an effort to engage people in reading and book discussions that match up with their own schedules.

Digital classics is the library's first all-digital and online book club, and it won't have any face-to-face meetings - only discussions on Goodreads, an online book review and discussion site.

Club moderator and library assistant Chad Dally said he will start discussion on Goodreads to engage readers in the forum. He chose the May book selection, "Babbitt," by Sinclair Lewis, a book about a man who has become ...

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