[aisle] reading club ideas?

Joni Darby jdarby at oes141.org
Mon Sep 16 09:19:50 CDT 2019

Just make sure they are ready with their lunches and don't have to wait in
the lunch line to get them.  We had a book club one year at lunch and some
had to wait in a long line to get their lunches which shortened our
discussion time.

Joni Darby

Shepherd Middle School
Library Information Specialist
Ottawa Elementary 141
815-434-7925 Ext. 5008

On Thu, Sep 12, 2019 at 1:07 PM Sullivan, Kathy via AISLE <
aisle at list.railslibraries.info> wrote:

>     We plan to begin an 8th grade Reading Club that will meet monthly
> during lunch. This will target the serious readers. We only have a half
> hour at that time, but it won't interfere with after school activities.
> We'll provide desserts, and kids bring in their lunches.
>      So, I'm seeking input from other libraries who have done something
> similar. We have a few ideas but any suggestions are welcome!
> :) Kathy
> *Kathy Sullivan*
> *Princeville Junior Senior High School*
> *P.C.U.S.D. #326*
> *302 Cordis Avenue, **Princeville, IL  61559*
> *309.385-4660  x1574*
> *ksullivan at princeville326.org <ksullivan at princeville326.org> *
> *"Literature is the safest key to a nation's treasure." *- Chaim Nachman
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