February 2019 Boomerang Book Club
Dive into the new year with excellent literature and sign up for our February Boomerang Book Club. After all, what could be a better way to spend the beginning of a new year than with good books and community for your children?
Homeschool students especially need the chance to talk about what they read—yet the busy mother-of-many doesn’t always have time to read those lengthy dense books, let alone discuss them in depth! And that’s where we come in. Teenagers are invited to join our virtual book discussion club, conducted entirely online in the Brave Writer classroom.
Also a FREE digital copy of our language arts guide based on the book selection for the month is provided.
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February’s selection for the Boomerang Book Club is March by John Lewis.
With vivid detail only a graphic novel could create, March brings a first-hand account of the Civil Rights movement and the life of U.S. Congressman John Lewis to the page. Book one in the three-part autobiographical series covers Lewis’ early life on a sharecropper’s farm in Alabama, his life-changing meeting with Martin Luther King Jr., and the beginning of the Nashville Student Movement and their struggles to fight segregation with nonviolent lunch counter sit-ins.
Purchase the novel here.
Let Brave Writer help you. These book discussions are drawn from entertaining works of fiction that your kids are sure to love!
Caveat: Please remember that you’re the parent. If you have doubts about the content of a particular book, please check the reviews of the novel or read it for yourself first. Pouch and Boomerang books in particular may include sexuality, graphic language, and mature themes.