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The LitClub experience will cause your child to say, “Mom, if we have to drop an activity, please don’t let it be LitClub.” — Gill Hassell, former nonreader.

The LITClub provides a fun environment to read the classics with your friends and family. With themed, preplanned menus and ready-made book conversation and project guides, The LITClub makes it easy for you to start a club. Whether you start a club with your friends or you want a club to share reading with your children, The LITClub will hold your hand from start to finish.

Developed by a veteran homeschooler as a means for her dyslexic daughter to complete high school English without tears, The LITClub takes the fear out of teaching literature and adds pleasure to the experience by utilizing themed meals, fun projects and plenty of time to hang out with friends.

You can stop there and enjoy The LITClub experience as an extra curricular activity or make use of the other tools provided in the book for a well-rounded English literature curriculum for a child of any age.

The LITClub is a handbook for creating a classical book club AND it includes ready-made tools to make facilitating easy! [Click to Tweet] Ali Dent, a veteran homeschooler developed The LITClub in 2002 as a means for her dyslexic daughter to complete high school English without tears. The LitClub takes the fear out of teaching and learning literature. It adds pleasure to the experience by incorporating themed meals, fun projects and plenty of time to hang out with friends.

The facilitator/mom can stop there and enjoy the LitClub experience as an extra curricular activity or make use of the complete set of tools provided in the book for a well-rounded language arts curriculum for children of all ages. Homeschool moms love the aspect that the same story, but not the same version is read with by all of her children regardless of their ages.

There’s no need to be an expert in literature to get the full benefit from The LitClub. [Click to Tweet]. Every part of the club is mapped out for you and includes everything you need to get started. All you have to do is invite your friends.

Part I explains the reasoning behind the structure of LitClub as well as the outcome you and your kids can expect from your LitClub. Part II describes the individual tools available to the LitClub members and the parent/facilitator. Detailed explanations and samples are provided so that each family can design a club to suit their needs. Part III includes four classic titles, each with ready-made materials that make facilitating the club effortless.

Does this look like a fun way to share books with your friends and children? How can I help you get started?

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