Monday, October 4, 2010

How To Turn Your Book Club Into A Spectacular Event!

"How to Turn Your Book Club into a Spectacular Event, by Mayra Calvani, speaks directly to kids who love to read and who want to share their favorite books with friends." --The Story of a Writer

The perfect books for 'Tweens and Teens wanting to start a book club!

Do you love reading? Do you enjoy talking about books with friends? Why not start a book club--YOUR own book club, and turn it into a SPECTACULAR event?

Book clubs aren't only for adults. Many kids like you would love to start a book club but don't know how. In this book, I will teach you all you need to know to become a FABULOUS book club hostess. In some cases, you'll need an adult to help you. If that happens, make your parent, guardian or teacher read this book!

"How fun would it be to put together your very own book club? You see and hear about book clubs all the time. Why not make your own?

HOW TO TURN YOUR BOOK CLUB INTO A SPECTACULAR EVENT is packed with great ideas on making this happen. From ideas of what to call your book club to brainstorming questions to ask, this is a must have book if you're serious about having a successful club." --YABooks Central

"From beginning to end, How to Turn Your Book Club Into a Spectacular Event is a great guide for those children who want to take the initiative and create a book club. It provides all the information needed, and even a breakdown of book genres, along with examples of books. And, it ends with a list of popular authors who write for young readers, including the title of one of their books… Any book that helps guide children on the reading path, and encourages them to read is a book that should be recommended. How to Turn Your Book Club Into a Spectacular Event is one such book." --Writing for Children and More

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Mayra Calvani said...

Thanks for the plug, Mary! I appreciate it!

Mary Cunningham said...

Good luck with the book, Mayra. Great idea!