Book by Book
The Complete Guide to Creating Mother-Daughter Book Clubs
Mothers and daughters share a special bond. . . why not further this bond through reading together? Book clubs have been growing in popularity over the past ten years, started by a variety of people with various interests and goals. Mother-daughter book clubs offer a great way for families to grow and share-with each other and with other mother-daughter pairs.
In Book by Book Cindy Hudson offers all the how-to tips mothers need to start their own successful book clubs. Hudson offers her own firsthand experience as the founder of two long-running successful mother-daughter book clubs. Hudson offers suggestions on books topics, club guidelines, and how to keep the club going as daughters grow older. How big should the club be? Whom should we invite? How often should we meet? How do we make sure we actually read the books? Hudson has all the answers.
With recommended book lists (divided by four age groups), online resources, and suggested recipes for book-club treats, Book by Book is a great resource for helping moms and daughters form new memories and traditions.
Seal Press, 9781580052993, 312pp.
Publication Date: September 22, 2009
About the Author
Hudson has been interviewed as a mother-daughter book club expert for “Build a Better Book Club,” in Family Fun magazine (June 2008) and for Mother & Daughter magazine (April 2008). She was also quoted as a mother-daughter book club expert in an article, “Reading each other: In book clubs, moms, girls are on the same page,” by Karen Herzog, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, (September 26, 2007). Her essay, "Book Club Bonding — Fun for All Ages," was published in Daughters magazine's September/ October 2007 issue.
Hudson is also the publisher of the informational website MotherDaughterBookClub.com and the blog MotherDaughterBookClub.wordpress.com, where more than six thousand readers visit each month to learn about age-appropriate book choices, read book reviews and author interviews, and get ideas for meeting activities. She lives in Portland, OR.