Tween Book Club
TWEEN BOOK CLUB
Kids ages 9-12 are encouraged to participate in our Tween Book Club. Each quarter we will suggest a book to read, followed up by an optional get-together where kids can share thoughts and ideas about the book.
Here’s what one of our readers says about the Tween Book Club:
The Aldersgate Tween Book Club
By Colin Sullivan
“I like the Aldersgate Tween Book Club because it gives everyone a chance to speak for themselves and say their opinion about the book. Another reason why I like the book club is we get to read fun books that are a mix of fiction and nonfiction. Also, every time you come to a meeting, you get to eat something delicious like tacos, ice cream, or popcorn. The leader, Ms. Elaine, is very nice and encouraging to us in the book club. She asks us a lot of questions and keeps the book club on topic.
“My favorite book that I have read in the book club is called “Mr. Lemonchello’s Library.” I like it because it is about a mystery that the kids in the book have to figure out and whoever figures it out first will become famous. I recommend this book and the Tween Book Club to all kids who like to read!”
Next Tween Book Club meeting
Sunday, May 3rd
11:00a.m. – noon
The Guback Center
The Girl Who Drank The Moon by Kelly Barnhill
Winner of the 2017 Newberry Medal, The Girl Who Drank the Moon tells the story of Luna, the latest in a line of babies that the people of the Protectorate offer to the witch of the forest in a bid to keep their town safe. Only as readers quickly discover, Xan the witch is a gentle woman who rescues babies and helps them get adopted.