for 8-to-11-year-olds and an adult companion
Families reading together is one of our favorite things to encourage! In this group, kids and an adult reading partner of their choice read the same book each month and get together to discuss (yes, the adults too) in conversation that is always lively and enlightening. Email us at email@example.com and we'll forward your information to Terra to be added to the email list!
Here's the latest from Terra:
I'm excited to keep reading and meeting together through the summer. Do your best to make these meetings, but of course I understand that summer vacations and plans may make some of these difficult. (But hey being on Zoom may make it easier!)
Our August meeting will take place Friday, August 19th at 6:30 on Zoom. We will be discussing Pony by R.J. Palacio
In September, we will be reading The Aquanaut by Dan Santat
In October, we will be reading Hide and Don't Seek by Anica Rissi
In November, we will be reading Finding Langston by Lesa Cline-Ransome
In December, we will be reading Brother's Keeper by Julie Lee
INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • NAMED ONE OF THE BEST CHILDREN’S BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
“Perfection.” –The Wall Street Journal
Dive in to this whimsically adventurous graphic novel from Caldecott Medalist Dan Santat!
Ever since her father was lost at sea, Sophia has been moping around Aqualand, the marine theme park her dad and uncle created. But Sophia's world is turned upside down when an "aquanaut" breaks into the park's research lab.
A contemporary collection of original short stories by Anica Mrose Rissi that is sure to elicit chills, laughs, and screams, even from the most devoted fans of Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark!
A game of hide-and-seek goes on far too long…
A look-alike doll makes itself right at home…
A Coretta Scott King Author Honor Book
Winner of the Scott O'Dell Award for Historical Fiction
When eleven-year-old Langston's father moves them from their home in Alabama to Chicago's Bronzeville district, it feels like he's giving up everything he loves.
With war looming on the horizon and winter setting in, can two children escape North Korea on their own?
Winner of the Freeman Book Award!
North Korea. December, 1950.