Bridgewater, Massachusetts began its One Book One Community Reading program in 2005 with a steering committee comprised of members from a number of local organizations and the public library. When funding cuts drastically reduced the Bridgewater Public Library’s hours and staffing levels in 2008, it had to withdraw from the program. The program is still in existence due to the dedication of the members of the steering committee.
Hayes-Bohanan, P. (2011). Building Community Partnerships in a Common Reading Program. Journal of Library Innovation, 2(2), 56-61.
Virtual Commons Citation
Hayes-Bohanan, Pamela (2011). Building Community Partnerships in a Common Reading Program. In Maxwell Library Faculty Publications. Paper 7.
Available at: https://vc.bridgew.edu/library_fac/7