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shortpara
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Discussion Guides

Help. I'm new here and looking for discussion guides. Where do I find them?

Mary
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Kevin
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Re: Discussion Guides

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shortpara wrote:
Help. I'm new here and looking for discussion guides. Where do I find them?

Mary


Mary, we have printable reading group guides for thousands of books on the site. You can find them on the product page, kind of in the middle of the page, under a green heading that says "More About ".

The example I always use is Bel Canto. If you follow that link, you'll see a link for the Reading Group Guide beneath the headline that says "More About Bel Canto".

Hope this helps.

Message Edited by Kevin on 12-22-2006 10:06 AM

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Re: Discussion Guides

I had the same question, and I understand your answer. But where on the website can I find an index of titles that have a printable discussion guide available? This would save the time of finding a title I like, only to learn there is no guide. Thanks! =)
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Re: Discussion Guides

A site to check for reading guides with discussion questions is http://www.readinggroupguides.com
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