If there’s two things we love it’s celebrity reading recommendations and their book clubs. These seven book clubs, run by some of Hollywood’s elite, will have you stocking your #TBR pile in no time.

Oprah’s Book Club 2.0

Launched in 1996, Oprah Winfrey has been releasing her monthly book pick for years. One of the most iconic women in history, audiences have always trusted Oprah’s taste in books.

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Reese Witherspoon’s Book Club

Since beginning the Reese Witherspoon Book Club, the award-winning actress has gained a lot of respect in the book world. Finding hidden gems by some of the best female authors, Reese consistently brings the best reads to her dedicated audience.

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Belletrist run by Emma Roberts

In collaboration with her best friend, Karah Preiss, Emma Roberts is on a mission to help others like her who purchase books but never get around to reading them. Emma and Karah celebrate a new favorite book and independent bookstore every month to promote the best in the book world.

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Between Two Books run by Florence Welch

Florence and the Machine’s bookclub loves getting great reads into the hands of their fans and have even begun doing live, in-person book club chats with Florence herself. Featuring guest book picks, Florence loves to share her book inspiration with others.

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Our Shared Shelf run by Emma Watson

Partnering with GoodReads, Emma Watson started her feminist book club, Our Shared Shelf, in January of 2016. Encouraging people to read more feminist pieces, Emma chooses a new book on a bi-monthly basis. In addition to her online community, Emma takes to the streets to hide books in secret locations in hopes that someone will find it, read it and then hide it again for someone else to find.

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Lena Dunham’s Book Club

The Lenny Letter has become Lena Dunham’s ode to terrific writing. She and Jenni Konner took to the online world to celebrate women’s writing with their blog and newsletter and have now successfully started their own imprint with Random House to publish impactful women’s writing.

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Book Club Central in collaboration with Sarah Jessica Parker

ALA’s Book Club Central strives to bring book recommendations to avid readers as well as support their local libraries. Teaming up with Sarah Jessica Parker, this popular book club works to promote diverse books by diverse authors and give their readers a well-rounded reading experience.

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