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Attention all bookworms! BYJUites just got their own Book Club

Team StoryWeavers|March 18, 2021, 11:19 IST| 13
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Between the pages of a book is a lovely place to be!

It all started when a bunch of BYJUites – who also happen to be die-hard bookworms – joined forces to start a book club for their team. As word spread about this said club and teams picked up interest, soon  an announcement was made about the book club opening its doors to fellow bibliophiles as well. 

The enthusiasm that poured in from all corners, was rather overwhelming. With teams working remotely and not having many options to connect with their peers in person, this was just the right initiative to bring like-minded people together. And it is also in line with our core value – to keep learning.

BYJU’S has always fostered a culture of life-long learning. Our brand new book club is just an extension of this philosophy and an effort to encourage you to try something new, learn from each other and of course, connect with fellow bibliophiles.

But it wasn’t all work and no play at our first meetup

Photos from our first ever book club discussion

Hosted virtually over Zoom, our inaugural book club meetup saw over 200 participants from different cities and varied teams joining in. From avid readers to book enthusiasts who resolved to read more this year, it was a great sight seeing BYJUites bonding over all things books. And that’s not all. Our voracious readers also got to choose a name for their club.

Good time starts with books

With a host of interactive games, enriching discussion on books, and lively conversations, our first session was a huge hit. And we can’t wait to host many more sessions in the future to read, learn and grow together.

Happy reading BYJUites!

Are you too a book lover? Or do you simply want to pick up a new hobby this year? Whatever the reason be, book club is the answer. Come along and join our fun group of fellow readers at BYJU’S. 

We would love to have you in our next reading session. All you need to do is drop in a mail to [email protected] and we will share all the details. 🙂

Don’t forget to share book recommendations in the comments section below!

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A PR-professional-turned-Storyweaver, Disha loves people, conversations and all things extra. Anything to do with creating amazing experiences for employees and raising the coolness factor of the workplace - she's up for it! Other than running the show for Life At BYJU'S, Disha is a massive Bollywood fan, doggo videos addict and the biggest Ranveer Singh fan ever. Do reach out to her at [email protected], if you have ideas and thoughts to add fun quotient in your workplace. She would love to drive them for you

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Priyanshi Singh

January 30, 2021

Recommendations:
Memory Development


Utkarsh Shukla

February 2, 2021

The book I would like to recommend is “Autobiography of a Yogi ” by Pramhansa Yogananda for self control and enhancement of focus on What we do in terms of increasing the standard of living a happy and a satisfied life.


Suyash

February 9, 2021

Time Story


Tanishka

February 11, 2021

Recommendations :
The diary of a wimpy kid and goosebumps


Irene Tesa

February 24, 2021

Recommendations:
Sudha Murty & Harry Potter


Anushaa

April 9, 2021

Books recomendations-
Diary of a whimy kid
Harry Potter
Summer all Stars
The butterfly lion
Malory towers
Famous five


Yash Pandya

April 21, 2021

Tuesdays with Morrie


Sayujya

May 7, 2021

Harry Potter series and Hogwarts’s library


Anubhuti Anshu

May 14, 2021

Recommendations

sherlock holmes, the invisible man, Kim, Saki’s short stories, The machine stops, Emma


Srilaasya

May 20, 2021

How do I join the book club?


P.Nick

May 28, 2021

Please make me apart of your book club please i am fascinated by books i read books daily its my habit and currently i am reading Tommyknockers and mail me in my Email id


Adya Sharma

June 11, 2021

I would like to recommend some authors like
Ruskin Bond
Enid Blyton
Cannon Doyle

I would also like to recommend a diarist named Annie Frank. There is a book named ‘The Diary of a Young Girl (abridged for young readers)’.


Sanskriti Gandhi

November 7, 2021

Book recommendations:
1. The Book Thief by Markus Zusak
2. The 1000 year old boy
3. The Lie tree by Frances hardinge
4. Homo sapiens by Yuval Noah Hararri
5. The Alchemist by Paulo Cohelo


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