March Book Clubs for Children and Teens

Calling all readers! Join our Youth Services librarians in reading and discussing some truly awesome books. In March, we’re hosting two Project LIT book discussions: one for kids in grades 4-6, and one for teens in grades 7-12. Note: you must have a Zoom account to attend these programs; sign up for a free account here.

Project LIT Book Club for Kids and Tweens

In March, our virtual Project LIT Kids Book Discussion will be on Wednesday, March 10 at 4:30 p.m. Children in 4th, 5th, and 6th grade are invited to join us for a discussion as well as a trivia game. We will be reading Class Act by Jerry Craft. Class Act is the sequel to New Kid, which we read for our January Project LIT Kids Book Discussion. We recommend reading both books prior to the discussion if you haven't read the first yet.  Please use this link to register for the book discussion!

Both books are available as eBooks as well as in print to place a hold on in our catalog. You can use the links below to find the books in your preferred format.
Class Act Print / Ebook
New KidPrint / Ebook / Hoopla

Project LIT Book Club for Teens

On Friday, March 12 at 6:30 p.m., we’ll discuss The Prince and the Dressmaker by Jen Wang. Prince Sebastian’s parents are planning his wedding and searching for a suitable bride. But the prince is busy exploring his identity as a prince who loves to wear dresses. He hires a young seamstress, Frances, whose dreams of success conflict with Sebastian’s requirement for secrecy. How could this fairy tale possibly end up happily ever after?  For grades 7-12.

The Prince and the Dressmaker is available as an eBook through OverDrive and in the library’s print collection. For more information about attending, click here.

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