What Would Jane Do?
Kick off your book club with some wit and wisdom from the all-knowing Jane Austen. Find your next read or ideas for your book club’s name (which we know you’ve been putting off deciding on for three months now…) in the pages of this bite-sized book. Jane always knows the right thing to say, so whether you need a jolt of inspiration, validation, or humor, What Would Jane Do is a great place to start.
My Reading Journal
If you are like us, you read way too many books to keep track of all of them. My Reading Journal is a beautiful, clothbound journal that lets you log all your book club favorites (and least favorites)! Use the lined pages to reflect on your reads and prep discussion prompts for your next book club.
Batch Cocktails is an easy-to-use guide to preparing cocktails that will serve everyone in your book club. Filled with 65 recipes for delicious and creative cocktails that can be made hours—or weeks!—ahead of time, Batch Cocktailswill give you one less thing to worry about while you are scrambling to finish this month’s book. Trust us, we’ve been there too.
What’s better than talking about good books? Eating flavor-packed tacos while you talk about good books. With Tex-Mex, you’ll be able to harness the mouth-watering goodness of traditional Tex-Mex cuisine, like nachos, fajitas, and chili, and find new, creative party go-tos like tostadas, queso fundido con chorizo, classic churros, and more. You’ll also find boldly flavored cocktails in this book, too—like drinks that go beyond your basic margarita (although there’s a darn good recipe for that too).
Need something to do when you finish discussing the book? Look no further than HYPERtheticals: 50 Questions for Insane Conversations.Filled with hilarious and thought-provoking questions like: If you were offered a Brain Pill that made you feel 10 percent more intelligent, but also made you seem 20 percent less intelligent to everyone else, would you take it? HYPERtheticals is an extreme game of Would You Rather? or What Would You Do? that will leave your book club laughing.
World's Greatest Bookstores
Whether you’re writing a thank you to this month’s club host or just want to share a little gift with your pals, this box of 100 postcards will bring a smile to anyone’s face. With artwork pulled from Footnotes from the World’s Greatest Bookstores by Bob Eckstein, these precious postcards have several uses: write a note, hang a portrait of Greenlight Bookstore in your kitchen, or use as a bookmark for your next great read!
That’s right, you heard it here first: Emily Post has gone to pot. When it comes to being a respectful, thoughtful, and responsible consumer of weed, there is a lot you need to know. In Higher Etiquette, Emily Post’s great-great granddaughter, Lizzie (who also happens to be co-president of America’s most respected etiquette brand) explores and celebrates the wide world of legalized marijuana. Find a recipe for a little something to bring to your next book club and you’ll be connecting to your books and buds on a higherplane.
If you’re a long-time book club member, just got invited to join one, or are thinking about starting your own, this list is for you. Whether it’s with work peeps, family members, or friends, book clubs are always better when there are activities, snacks, and drinks (that’s a fact). With these fun book-related tchotchkes, a conversation starter game, a journal for book lovers, and party-perfect cookbooks, you’ll be dying to host your club’s next shindig. The only downside is that everyone will beg you to host it every time, but hey… you can’t help it that you’re so popular.