The Wingecarribee Public Library (WPL) has invited bookworms across the region to participate in Australia's largest online book club.
The program would run until September 15, and everyone has the opportunity to express their thoughts on the bestseller in the discussion forum.
WPL's coordinator of library services Andrew White said the institution was happy participate whilst the premises were shut.
"It has enabled people to have access to the same book at the same time," he said.
"It would encourage people to read, but also encourage them to look at our different resources."
Mr White explained that there were about 100 book clubs across the Wingecaribee Shire, and while the library had book club kits, waitlists were a common thing.
Highlanders would have to access the Libby app to read Mr Hammer's story, which has been a popular library resource.
He also said that residents would have to join the library to not only participate in the nationwide book club, but also explore other resources.
"The community might not be aware of other eResources the library has," he continued.
Members of all ages have the opportunity to read stories from authors around the world, magazines, watch independent films, and even learn languages from home.
Children could also access stories, and read along with Australian comedians, athletes, and other storytellers with the Story Box Library.
Mr White also recommended the interactive children's quizzes for different ages, which would run until September 9.
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