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Uses of Book Guides for Book Clubs

Empower students to lead their own book discussions with ready-to-use questions,

for example …

see all Book Guides for
Holes

see all Book Guides for
Because of Winn-Dixie

Encourage families to discuss books at home with ready-made discussion questions,

for example …

see all Book Guides for
the Harry Potter books

see all Book Guides for
the Twilight series books


What is a Book Guide?

  • Book Guides are professionally produced lesson plans, novel units, discussion questions, and activities related to specific books.
  • Some books have multiple Book Guides available, offering a wide variety of approaches to teaching a particular book

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Here are some curricular uses submitted by educators…

  • "The book guides offer questions for the Book Club's discussion and check on comprehension."
    - Diana from New York

  • "I use these book guides to empower students to lead their own book discussions with ready-to-use questions."
    - Sherry from Georgia
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