Book Club

Senior Planet Book Club: The Round House

The votes have been counted and we are pleased to announce that our next online Book Club offering is…..

The Round House by Louise Erdrich

For week one of our Book Club, please read chapters 1- 4 by Tuesday, December 8th. 

Then come back to and we’ll open a conversation in the comments so everyone can discuss what we read!

We’ll meet over Zoom to discuss the full book the week of December 21st. More details to come!

Here is how you can obtain a copy of The Round House:

Borrow Online:

Most libraries in the U.S. allow patrons to borrow e-books or audiobooks through online systems or applications you can download to your smartphone. OverDrive and Hoopla are two of the most popular services. The Round House is currently available on OverDrive HERE. If you are in New York State, you can apply for a library card online HERE.


Order a Hard Copy:

Contact your local bookstore to see if they are shipping books! We highly encourage you to support the independently owned bookstores in your area.


Visit, an online bookstore with a mission to financially support independent bookstores and give back to the book community.


Order on Amazon


Read on Your Desktop or Tablet:

Purchase on Google Play: $8.49


Read on Your Smartphone, E-Reader or Tablet:

Purchase on Kindle: $8.49

Don’t have a Kindle? You can download the Kindle app for free on your smartphone or tablet!


Purchase on Nook: $8.49

Don’t have a Nook? You can download the Nook app for free on your smartphone or tablet!


Having any issues getting the book? Call (917) 936-4410 for assistance!


One response to “Senior Planet Book Club: The Round House

  1. I just watched Louise Erdrich on a program you can see at
    On December 2, she was interviewed on WNYC’s All of It by Alison Stewart about her new book The Night Watchman that is based on her grandfather’s story of his experience resisting the native American dispossession of their lands in the 1950s.
    I began reading her books years ago and look forward to catching up with her newer ones. One thing I remember being fascinating with was how her characters appear in different books and found it helpful to do genealogical charting of them because of all the complexities of relationships. It was through that charting that I figured out some relationships that were not explicitly stated or directly revealed in the stories they first appeared in. Looking forward to our disccussions.

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