I love to read. I think books are such wonderful pathways to adventure and learning that we spend a lot of time reading here - for fun and for school. Usually those two purposes become pretty blurred, because school can be really fun.
One of the ways that we play around with books is to hold monthly book club events. I say "event" because this is no round-robin discussion. We don't sip tea and nibble on cucumber sandwiches while secretly wishing that it were over already.
Instead, we do what the characters in our stories do - and one of our favorite characters of all time is Lily Lapp.
Why is she so special? I'm guest-posting today over on Suzanne Woods Fisher's blog about that. She's the author behind The Adventures of Lily Lapp series. Hop on over here and find how to start your own - or kick the adventure up a few notches - in your kids' book club.
I'm also writing book club guides to accompany our favorite stories. The first is now available in my TpT store. These packets include everything that you need to host a great book club event with your kids. You can find out more here.
Want to win one of your own? Use the widget below and enter to win your own "Response Activities for A Surprise for Lily."