Book Talks Book Club (Entering Grades 5 & 6)
Monday, July 117:00—8:00 PMLearning CenterCary Memorial Library1874 Massachusetts Avenue, Lexington, MA, 02420
Young people throughout history have stood up for what they believed in and fought for their rights and their freedom. Book Talks encourages readers through novels and nonfiction to take steps to becoming a citizen of the wider world and seeing a broader perspective. We will be reading stories that offer a differing perspective of the world from how we may experience it and talking about what that means. We will be discussing issues such as human rights, diversity, and current events as they relate to the books we read. We will talk about what kids can do to help make the world a better place for everyone. Parents are welcome to read and join the discussion.
Summer Session Dates: July 11th, August 8th and September 12th. Please register only if you can attend all three meetings.
Copies of the book will be available in the Children's Room beginning on June 7th.
If your child becomes unable to attend this program, please notify the library as soon as possible. Repeated 'no-shows' without notification may prohibit your child from registering for future programs.
Capacity: 6 of 12 spaces available.
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