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Kidsreads.com Presents New Book Club Feature
Kid-Run Book Club Tips, and Reading Guides for KidsInspired by the popularity of book clubs for adults, Kidsreads.com, the online website for children about books and reading, launches a new feature --- Book Clubs for Children.
With advice on how to start a reading club, how to run a reading club, and how to choose books to read as a club, as well as age-appropriate reading guides, Kidsreads.com gives kids who are interested in forming their own reading clubs everything they need to start a club --- and keep it going.
"With all the talk about book clubs for grownups, we recognized that there was nothing comparable available for children. On ReadingGroupGuides.com, we have been hearing about the success of Mother/Daughter and Mother/Son Book Clubs for months now," said Carol Fitzgerald, co-Founder/President of The Book Report Network. "We parlayed our experience in talking to kids about books and reading into creating a special section that will allow them to start and manage clubs on their own level."
The reading group guides on the site are provided by publishers, or will be written by the staff of Kidsreads.com. Each guide comes complete with plot summaries, discussion questions and author information. Trivia games and excerpts are available on many of the guides. Additional book club reading guides will be added to Kidsreads.com throughout the year. The guides can be found at http://www.kidsreads.com/clubs/index.asp.
Kidsreads.com is part of The Book Report Network, which is comprised of a growing number of websites that provide original book content - author interviews, reviews and commentary, along with interactive elements such as polls, questions, and message boards. TBRN's websites are www.Bookreporter.com, www.ReadingGroupGuides.com, www.AuthorsOnTheWeb.com, www.Teenreads.com, and www.Kidsreads.com.