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Welcome to the Senior Library Books-in-a-Jar book club!

Join up to the challenge and take a chance on reading something unexpected!

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How does it work:

 

1. Sign up in the Senior Library.

2. Take a piece of paper with the name of a book from the jar.

3. When you finish reading the book return it and take another name from the jar.

4. Challenge yourself to be top of the leader board and win house points!

The book club will take place every Thursday (during lunch and after school) in the library - come and talk about what you liked/didn't like about your book. Swap books with friends, make recommendations, return your book and pick a new one!

Have fun discovering books you may not have considered, from all different genres. How many books will you read this year? Join the club and challenge yourself!

 

Evelyn Balut

Secondary Librarian