House, Inc. Reading Group Guides
Random House, Inc. has hundreds of free guides—search by category, author, or title!
In addition to our corporate reading group guide directory, visit the individual publishers' websites for a wealth of resources for your book groups:
Dell Publishing Group
Bantam Dell offers both discussion guides and Author Chat, a program that provides book clubs the opportunity to have a featured author participate in an upcoming meeting via telephone!
If you're interested in Mystery and Thriller titles, visit the Booked for Breakfast site—an online book club featuring Bantam Dell authors and titles for that genre.
Books Reading Group Guides
Broadway offers reader's guides for discussions that will prove more productive and rewarding. Visit today!
Reading Group Guides
Crown features easy-to-print guides with background information on the author and questions to get your discussion started. Register your book group to find out when authors are available to meet (usually via teleconference or online chat)!
Reading Group Center
Knopf/Doubleday offers reader's guides to make your book group's discussions more valuable and beneficial every time!
New York Review Books
Visit this site for NYRB reading guides to classics and modern day classics—with other NYRB titles of interest and suggestions for further reading.
Visit this site for reading guides to exciting new discussion-friendly books from Other Press.
RH Publishing Group
With a discussion guide in the back of each book, Reader's Circle books feature author interviews, discussion questions and author biographies. The Reader's Circle offers the best of Ballantine and Random House trade paperbacks, to encompass both literary and commercial fiction and nonfiction, from groundbreaking first novels to classic works of contemporary literature.
Del Rey features amazing Science Fiction/Fantasy books and authors, and would like to hear from you about your SF/F book group that's affiliated with a library!
Books Reading Group Center
Vintage and Anchor Books invite you to discover today's best selections for reading groups and access useful resources to facilitate your group discussion at the Reading Group Center.
School Teachers @ Random Teachers' Guides
Teachers’ guides designed to help educators by providing questions that explore reading themes, test reading skills and evaluate reading comprehension. These guides have been developed by teachers and other experts in the writing and education fields. Each book is appropriate for high school readers. Reading ability, subject matter and interest level has been considered in each teachers’ guide.
Marketing Teacher's Guides
Random House Teacher's Guides are designed to help secondary educators frame in-class discussions through questions that explore reading themes and comprehension. The guides also offer useful suggestions for further study and additional thematic resources.
House Children's Publishing Teacher's Guides
Teachers@Random features hundreds of guides for elementary and high school educators. Includes guides for the Step into Reading Series, The Magic Tree House, and more.