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Project LIT Mountain Brook

5th-8th Grade Book Club

2021-04-27 16:00:00 2021-04-27 17:00:00 America/Chicago Project LIT Mountain Brook This month we're discussing When Stars Are Scattered by Omar Mohamed & Victoria Jamieson Register for the meeting zoom link. Pick up a copy of the book from the library to read before the meeting. Zoom

Tuesday, April 27
4:00pm - 5:00pm

Add to Calendar 2021-04-27 16:00:00 2021-04-27 17:00:00 America/Chicago Project LIT Mountain Brook This month we're discussing When Stars Are Scattered by Omar Mohamed & Victoria Jamieson Register for the meeting zoom link. Pick up a copy of the book from the library to read before the meeting. Zoom

This month we're discussing When Stars Are Scattered by Omar Mohamed & Victoria Jamieson Register for the meeting zoom link. Pick up a copy of the book from the library to read before the meeting.

This month we're discussing When Stars Are Scattered by Omar Mohamed & Victoria Jamieson.
Register to receive the meeting zoom link.
Pick up a copy of the book from the library or Libby to read before the meeting.

What is Project LIT Community? We are a national, grassroots literacy movement, a team of dedicated educators and students who work together to:

  • Empower our students as readers, writers, and leaders
  • Promote a love of reading in our schools and communities
  • Support and inspire one another as we improve our practice and pedagogy
  • Read, discuss, and celebrate books that make our students feel seen, heard, affirmed, and valued
  • Nurture authentic reading identities by increasing access to high-quality books, building community, and fostering a sense of belonging
  • Develop our cultural competence and expand our thinking, regardless of individual starting point
  • Amplify voices and stories of students and educators of color
  • Advocate for literacy policies and practices that will build lifelong readers
  • Champion young people and books that reflect their lived realities, communities, and identities
  • Rewrite the narrative about which texts and authors are deemed worthy of academic study
  • Create as many positive literacy experiences as possible

AGE GROUP: | Younger Teens (grades 5-8) |

EVENT TYPE: | Teen Events | Children's Events | Book Group |

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Zoom Meeting