Can a non reader become a book lover? Bridgette Booth, using the platform of a literature club shows us the answer in her short story about a girl named Catherine who had an aversion to books and projects about books.
If you’ve ever known a child who struggled to read or just didn’t have time to devote to books, at least that’s his excuse, you might be moved to tears as I was during the climax of this story.
Take a short walk with Catherine and find out how The Literature Club Project made an impact on her.
Want to create a fun reading experience for your child?
Your child can be transformed just like Catherine was in Bridgette’s book. The LITClub, Transforming Reading into an Experience is a handbook that shows you just what to do and it comes with ready-made materials to help you experience 4 classic books. If you’re not sure, you can try out the literature club experience free with The LITClub, Transforming The Hunger Games into an Experience. Just sign up to receive posts from my blog or follow the link to learn more.
- A quick start guide to get your meeting organized.
- Discussion guide to make your conversation about The Hunger Games simple for you to plan.
- Themed menu with recipes taken straight from The Hunger Games world.
- Project guide that develops critical thinking skills, but the kids won’t know that. They will just have fun creating their own boardgames using The Hunger Games as a springboard for ideas.
- Vocabulary list which is an optional tool that provides your child with the opportunity to learn new words in a fun way using games on a free site called Quizlet.
- Lesson guide with a ready-made introduction to the book and the author. It also highlights a few literary devices in The Hunger Games that is, if you want to explore literary topics. You don’t have to do this to get the full impact of the club.