Bridge to Terabithia by Katherine Patterson

bridge-to-terabithia   Schedule:

December 2nd: finish book, discussion and begin movie

December 16th: finish movie and discussion

Here’s the schedule for The Lightning Thief.  As you read the pages for each week, please post your comments here (so that means you should have at least one comment per week).  Your comments should be substantial and thoughtful and you can comment more than once if you desire.  Remember, everyone has their own opinion and it’s okay if you disagree, just do it respectfully!  You can also make predictions about the book and comment about what you like and what you didn’t like. We could even have whole conversations online about our opinions about the book!

The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan

The_Lightning_Thief-1-1Schedule:

October 21: Receive book and read pages 1 – 106
November 4: Finish book and begin movie
November 18: Finish movie

Here’s the schedule for The Lightning Thief.  As you read the pages for each week, please post your comments here (so that means you should have at least one comment per week).  Your comments should be substantial and thoughtful and you can comment more than once if you desire.  Remember, everyone has their own opinion and it’s okay if you disagree, just do it respectfully!  You can also make predictions about the book and comment about what you like and what you didn’t like. We could even have whole conversations online about our opinions about the book!

Hoot by Carl Hiaasen

cover_hootSchedule:

September 23: receive book and read pages 1 – 138
October 7: pages 139 – 292 and begin movie
October 14: Finish movie
Here’s the schedule for Hoot.  As you read the pages for each week, please post your comments here (so that means you should have at least one comment per week).  Your comments should be substantial and thoughtful and you can comment more than once if you desire.  Remember, everyone has their own opinion and it’s okay if you disagree, just do it respectfully!  You can also make predictions about the book and comment about what you like and what you didn’t like. We could even have whole conversations online about our opinions about the book!

Welcome to Book Club!

Thank you for joining the book club!  We’ll meet every other Tuesday  from 3-4pm in the LMC.  We’ll read books together, talk about them and then watch the movie based on that book!

book_club_logo1The purpose of this blog is to give you a space for a virtual discussion to go along with the discussions we’ll have every Wednesday during book club.  Each week when you read you’re required portion of the book, you need to leave your comments on this blog.  Your classmates will also be leaving their comments on this blog, feel free to comment on what they say as well!  You can discuss things such as why you like or don’t like the book, what the book made you think about, what your favorite part or parts were or anything else that comes to mind.

This is YOUR blog, YOUR space to “talk” about what you’re reading. Remember to keep your comments school appropriate though!

Have fun reading and discussing!

-Mrs. Wengerhoff

How to Train Your Dragon by Cressida Cowell

Schedule:

October 29: pages 1-88
November 19: pages 89-214, begin movie and discussion.
December 10: Finish movie and discussion.

Here’s the schedule for Coraline.  As you read the pages for each week, please post your comments here (so that means you should have at least one comment per week).  Your comments should be substantial and thoughtful and you can comment more than once if you desire.  Remember, everyone has their own opinion and it’s okay if you disagree, just do it respectfully!  You can also make predictions about the book and comment about what you like and what you didn’t like. We could even have whole conversations online about our opinions about the book!

Coraline by Neil Gaiman

Schedule:

September 17: receive book
October 1: pages 1-96 and begin movie
October 15: pages 97-194 and finish movie
Here’s the schedule for Coraline.  As you read the pages for each week, please post your comments here (so that means you should have at least one comment per week).  Your comments should be substantial and thoughtful and you can comment more than once if you desire.  Remember, everyone has their own opinion and it’s okay if you disagree, just do it respectfully!  You can also make predictions about the book and comment about what you like and what you didn’t like. We could even have whole conversations online about our opinions about the book!

Welcome to Book Club!

Thank you for joining the book club!  We’ll meet every other Tuesday  from 3-4pm in the LMC.  We’ll read books together, talk about them and then watch the movie based on that book!

The purpose of this blog is to give you a space for a virtual discussion to go along with the discussions we’ll have every Wednesday during book club.  Each week when you read you’re required portion of the book, you need to leave your comments on this blog.  Your classmates will also be leaving their comments on this blog, feel free to comment on what they say as well!  You can discuss things such as why you like or don’t like the book, what the book made you think about, what your favorite part or parts were or anything else that comes to mind.

This is YOUR blog, YOUR space to “talk” about what you’re reading. Remember to keep your comments school appropriate though!

Have fun reading and discussing!

-Mrs. Wengerhoff