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What is Project LIT Community?
We are a national, grassroots LITeracy movement, a network of dedicated teachers and students who are committed to increasing access to culturally relevant books and promoting a love of reading in our schools and communities. We work together to:
- Empower students as READERS and LEADERS in their school and community.
- Host monthly or quarterly Project LIT Book Clubs.
- Flood our schools and communities with high-quality, culturally relevant books.
- Champion & celebrate reading daily.
- Inspire and support one another through sharing of lesson plans, resources, strategies, and book recommendations.
- Create opportunities for students to connect with peers around the country.
- Advocate for policies & practices that will help our students become lifelong leaders.
Mirrors, Windows, and Sliding Glass Doors - Rudine Sims Bishop
Diversity Means Inclusivity - Jason Reynolds
#ProjectLIT Book Club Information
Who is this club for?
We encourage students, families, and school staff to read and celebrate books together. The celebration includes a discussion of the middle grade novel and a fun activity.
What will each meeting look like?
- Sign in/Welcome
- News & Information
- Small group discussions & share time
- Introduce next month's book
September 22 – Interest Meeting
October 18 - Efrén Divided
November 15 - Class Act
No meeting in December
January 18 - Clean Getaway
February 22 - When Stars Are Scattered
March 21 - Towers Falling
* All meetings will be virtual until further notice.