Junior Great Books Program

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Junior Great Books book clubs meet two times a month to help students in grades 1-12

increase their reading comprehension skills. Morning sessions for grades 1-7 afternoon

sessions for grades 8-12. Program runs from September-December. Students MUST read the assigned story at home to be prepared to discuss the assigned story at each book club meeting. Summer Reading Program 2013 at the Main Library will consist of Junior Great Books book clubs.                 

 

 

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