AU Book Club’s third book announced!
Reading more than just textbooks! The learner and alumni online book club has arrived.
AU is excited to announce the launch of our new online book club.
Join the conversation, expand your bookshelf, and explore topics related to personal growth, lifelong learning, and professional development in a private online forum.
Why should you join?
Beyond the fact that the Book Club is FREE to join, this is a great opportunity to connect virtually with fellow AU alumni and learners across industries, generations, and geographies; gain new insights and ignite creativity; and simply put—reading is just plain good for you!
Here's what you need to know
How does it work?
Easy! Simply register to join, pick up a copy of the book at the library, online, or local bookstore and start reading!
What is the time commitment?
Flexibility is key, we understand that you have other commitments. That’s why we’ll plan to read a book every two months and you can join in whenever it fits into your schedule.
How will the AU Book Club discussions take place?
A moderator will manage online discussions, pose questions, and share relevant articles related to the book. Members are encouraged to post and share, which allows for ongoing conversation and connection.
Ready to get reading?
Once Upon a River
By Diane Setterfield
Once Upon a River is a folktale mystery that slowly unfolds after a young girl is pulled from the River Thames near a quiet English hamlet. The entire town is seized with trying to figure out not only what happened to the young girl but also where she came from and why she cannot speak. With her latest novel, Diane Setterfield continues her streak of weaving compelling characters and an incredible sense of time and place into a magnificent period piece.
It’s the perfect novel to find a cozy spot and curl up with, so be sure to get your copy today! Check your local library or bookstore or use your preferred online retailer to ensure you have Once Upon a River before the next reading period begins.