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Which Real Life Read gets your vote for National Reading Group Day 2016?

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National Reading Group Day is on 18 June, a great chance to celebrate your reading group, join a group or set up your own!

This year to mark the occasion we’re searching for the best Real Life Read for reading groups. We’re inviting readers to vote in our online poll for the narrative non-fiction title they think would make the best reading group choice.

Choose your book

To find out more about each book, click on the individual title in the poll below or read through the book list

Cast your vote

You can cast your vote in the poll below! Voting closes on 20 May and the winning title will be announced on National Reading Group Day. Please note: Each person can only vote once. Any votes after your first vote will not be counted.

Read the winning book

We’re looking for three reading groups to review the winning title exclusively for Reading Groups for Everyone. If you would like to be considered, find out more on the Noticeboard and apply by 20 May.

If you’re in a reading group and not already a member you can, sign up to the site to take advantage of this offer and many more.

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