Arrow Book Club: March 2019
We’re sneaky! The Arrow Book Club (ages 9-12) provides an online discussion space where students discuss literature using literary analysis vocabulary without the pressure of writing “essays.” All that discussion will be put “into” writing but it will be invisible to them. They will feel like they are just “talking” when in fact they are writing!
Plus a FREE digital copy of our language arts guide based on the book is provided.
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March’s Arrow Book Club selection is Harriet the Spy, Louise Fitzhugh.
Discover the world through the eyes of eleven-year-old Harriet, a spy. As all good spies do, she writes down everything she observes in her notebook—even brutally honest and often awful thoughts about her classmates. When the notebook goes missing, Harriet finds herself in a fix. Will the rambunctious Harriet smooth out the mess and regain the trust of her friends? Available as an audiobook read by Anne Bobby.
Homeschool students especially need the chance to talk about what they read—-yet the busy mother-of-many doesn’t always have time to take the discussion to a written form.
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.