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About PBS Utah's Book Club In A Box

PBS Utah’s Book Club in a Box is a resource for your book club.

Our program pairs a thought-provoking book with a PBS documentary that is sure to generate a lively discussion with your book club and deepen the dialogue. These boxes include scholar-written discussion questions to help you lead a successful and meaningful conversation.

Learn about our boxes in the "Available Boxes" tab. These are available to ship for free year-round for book clubs of three or more. You do not need to be a member to utilize these boxes, but members get special perks (see below)!

Read on to learn more!

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Box Example: A Zion Canyon Reader & Call of the Canyon: Zion National Park

Included in your Host Box

One book


Discussion questions

Recipe for your discussion

Swag for everyone in your group


Please contact Laura Durham:

Partner Discounts For Your Book Club

The King's English Bookshop 

This Salt Lake City bookshop is offering a 10% discount to all of our book club participants. If your book group members are interested in purchasing books as part of this program, all they have to do is mention the magic words when they visit The King's English Bookshop: PBS Utah Book Club!  
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The Book Bungalow 

Receive a 10% discount on listed books bought in this St. George store. Please say, "PBS Book Club" to the cashier. If the books are ordered online, select the "Pick up in store" option rather than shipping, and enter "PBS Book Club Discount" in the comments section of the order form. 
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Perks for Members

1. You may register for more than one box within a calendar year.

2. Members receive 2 limited edition tea towels with our tag line, printed by Copper Palette Press.

3. Receive access to supporting films and documentaries only available to PBS Utah Passport members.

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Supported By

Utah Humanities - Ideas in Action
BW Bastion Foundation
This project is made possible by a generous grant from Utah Humanities and the Bastian Foundation.