You may remember those books that you read as a teen…some of them were books you read for a class, while others were ones that you chose. Regardless of the purpose for reading a book, sharing it with others is a great way to see new perspectives and to get ideas from the author that you may have otherwise missed. Book clubs are a great way to not only get the most out of a book, but to also have fun along the way. Here are some ideas on how to start a book club for Teens. How to Start a Book Club for Teens Pick a Purpose The first step in starting a successful teen book club Continue Reading...This post may contain affiliate links. See my full disclosure policy.
Beginning my 20th year as a homeschooler, I find all too often that I am the one who is in need of a curriculum change, not my children. One way I prefer to "shake things up" is by including some additional reading and literature resources to our base curriculum. Recently, I was introduced to Jocelyn Green and her book, Widow of Gettysburg. I am so excited to add this amazing literary piece to this year's required reading for U.S. history in high school. Jocelyn does a spectacular job of capturing the reader's attention by dropping us into the events following the Battle of Gettysburg. Continue Reading...This post may contain affiliate links. See my full disclosure policy.