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Cannon Beach Reads Book Club

Cannon Beach Reads, a book club open to everyone, has been in existence for over 15 years. Participants discuss important fiction and nonfiction books every third Wednesday of the month beginning at 7 p.m. The 12 books for the year are selected by Cannon Beach Reads participants during the previous fall, with participants nominating and then voting on selections.

Cannon Beach Reads meets via Zoom or in-person, depending on what the group decides. If you would like more information or are interested in participating, contact Joe Bernt at berntj@ohio.edu. The library has 2 copies of each title available for check out by patrons, and The Cannon Beach Book Company orders books for purchase. New members are always welcome!

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Library patrons: Log in to our digital catalog to place Cannon Beach Reads titles on hold 

Interested in purchasing your own copies? Here’s a list of suggested editions and publishers with ISBN


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