Building Community with a Project LIT Book Club

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Have you heard great things about Project LIT Book Club? Are you looking for ways to celebrate and promote literacy? Do you want to increase access to high-quality, culturally sustaining books that affirm and value all students?

Project LIT Book Club chapters all look a little different, but they all create safe spaces for courageous conversations, amplify the voices and stories of people of color, and champion books that reflect young people’s lived realities, communities, and identities. Even better, they empower students to become school and community leaders.

Join founder Jarred Amato and school librarians Kristin Fraga Sierra and Tyler Sainato to learn how to bring Project LIT Book Club to your setting. They’ll describe their own Project LIT journeys, explain what it means to be a Project LIT leader from both the librarian/teacher and student perspective, and share Project LIT’s updated book lists.

Watch this webinar on-demand to:

  • Learn about Project LIT’s grassroots efforts to increase book access and promote a love of reading
  • Hear stories from successful Project LIT chapters
  • Get ideas for starting your own Project LIT book club

Thank you for your interest in this webinar! Complimentary access has ended, but the video and PD certification quiz are available to School Library Connection subscribers here. Learn more about School Library Connection and sign up for a free preview here!

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