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5th-12th Book Club

Hello my fellow book clubbers!

Thank you for a very lively and wonderful reading of "Out Of My Mind".  I enjoyed listening to all of your thoughts.

Our next book for this session will be, "City of Ember" by Jeanne DuPrau.  After 2 very serious novels of children living with disabilities, it's time for a nice breather!  This is a wonderful story of a secret city shrouded in darkness.  They have no sun, and no moon, and are entirely dependent on electricity.  However, their generator is old, and beginning to break down.  There are frequent blackouts.  They need to figure out a way to save the city, or escape before the lights go out forever. 

Next week will be February break so we will not meet. Our next Book Club will be

February 24th.  Please read Chapters 1-7 stop before Chapter 8.

Posted by Elizabeth Cohen on Monday February, 10, 2014

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