Young people's reading groups

Joining a reading group is a great way to get together with other young people and discover new books and authors.


Do you enjoy reading?

If you live in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames (or attend school here) and like books, read on!

Chatterbooks reading groups are all about books. We chat about books, play games and do quizzes, find out about authors, hear about new books, and have a lot of fun together!

The groups meet once a month in the library, usually after school, for a year.

For 8 to 10 year olds.

Chatterbooks groups

There are Chatterbooks groups meeting in several of our libraries. New groups will start up in most of the libraries below.

Library Meeting time
East Sheen Library One Wednesday a month - contact library for more details.
Ham Library One Thursday a month, 4pm.
Hampton Library One Friday a month. New members welcome.
Kew Library First Saturday of the month, 10.30am.
Richmond Library Last Wednesday of the month, 4.30pm.
Twickenham Library One Thursday a month, 4.30pm. New members welcome.
Whitton Library One Tuesday a month, 4.30pm - group full.

How to join

To find out more, or to join one of the groups, please ring or stop by the library and ask to be added to a waiting list.

Please note that places are limited to around 10 members per group. Places will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.

Teen reading groups

Love reading? Then come along to one of our monthly 11-15s book groups!

Discover fantastic new books and authors, write your own short stories and poetry, make new friends and get to grips with graphic novels and manga. Drinks and snacks provided!

Whitton Library

  • Date: Wednesday¬†8 November 2017
  • Time: 5.45 to 6.45pm
  • Location: Whitton Library

Updated: 12 October 2017