Junior Great Books Program

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Junior Great Books book clubs meet two times a month to help students in grades 1-12
increase their reading comprehension skills. Morning sessions for grades 1-7 afternoon
sessions for grades 8-12. Pre-register for the program and purchase the book for $17.00.
Program runs from September-December. Students MUST read the assigned story at home
to be prepared to discuss the assigned story at each book club meeting.    Children, Tweens, Teens

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