Lancashire County Council is aiming to bring book lovers together throughout November.
The County Council will be working with libraries across the area to set up groups for book-lovers to discuss literature.
A spokesman for Lancashire County Council said, “The book that has been chosen to read this year is The Library of Lost and Found by Phaedra Patrick.
“This book is about volunteer librarian, Martha Storm, who finds a mysterious book of fairy tales. Martha finds a surprising dedication in the book that stirs up family secrets and a personal emotional journey.”
County Councillor Peter Buckley, Lancashire County Council’s cabinet member for community and cultural services, added, “This gives us a great opportunity to bring readers in Lancashire together as a community to spark conversations about books and to celebrate their shared love of reading.
“We want as many adult readers across the county as possible to take part.”