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open * Read*Share

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So You want TO FIND NEW AND EXCITING BOOKS FOR YOUR STUDENTS TO READ but don't have time to look for them?

 

You're a teacher, so you spend your time lesson-planning, grading, going to meetings, making parent phone calls, re-planning, re-grading, and so on. With all that you have to do, you don't have the time to go looking for new books every month.  

 

Don't worry. We've got your back. 

 
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Teacher Book Club Launching Soon!

 

Sign up to get more info about our launch

 

HOw it Works

 
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Step 1

Receive high-interest young adult novel 

Receive one or more books at your school (and make all other teachers jealous of receiving something other than fundraising advertisements).

 

 

Step 2

Read and discuss with other teachers

Dive in, then join the online discussion with other teachers. Share and recieve ideas for book talks, using the book as a mentor text or lit circle option. 

 
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Step 3

share with students

Conduct a book talk, hand it to a student you know will love it, put it on your classroom book shelf, and anticipate your next book.

 

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Want to be the first to know when we launch?