A Uniting Force: The One Book, One City Program in Indianapolis


One Book, One City is a nation-wide program in which everyone in a community reads the same book. Typically an annual event, the program is intended to foster a sense of community, promote reading among adults, and celebrate literature. This paper evaluates the implementation of Indianapolis’s version of this program—One Book, One City: Indy Reads. In order to do this, the paper analyzes Indianapolis’s reaction to the program through book circulation, community involvement, and patron response

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This paper was published in IUPUIScholarWorks.

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