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Keith Valley Middle School Library: Project LIT

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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.

2020-2021 Dates

September 22 – Interest Meeting

October 19 – First Book Club Meeting: Front Desk by Kelly Yang

November 16 – The Last Last-Day-of-Summer by Lamar Giles

No meeting in December

January 25 – A Good Kind of Trouble by Lisa Moore Ramée 

February 22 – From the Desk of Zoe Washington by Janae Marks

March 15 – Maybe He Just Likes You by Barbara Dee 

April 19 - Refugee by Alan Gratz

May 17 - I Can Make This Promise by Christine Day

Meetings will be virtual until further notice.

Mirrors, Windows, and Sliding Glass Doors - Rudine Sims Bishop

Diversity Means Inclusivity - Jason Reynolds

The Danger of a Single Story - Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

#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 food, discussion of the novel, and a fun activity.

What will each meeting look like?

  • Sign in/Welcome
  • News & Information
  • Small group discussions & share time
  • Trivia/Game/Activity
  • Introduce next month's book