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We Read Books About 

Civic Engagement in November!

Access two award-winning books, with complementary videos and activities, each month.
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Every month we pick a

unique 'social' theme to celebrate.

Books

Experts select award-winning books based on the chosen theme, and provide links to buy or borrow books.

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Members access educational contents, including videos and activities related to selected books, online.

 

Our Book Clubs Inspire Learning 

Tiny Bookworms 

Book Club 

For the tiniest bookworms, this is an online book club for kids, ages 0- 3. The club offers socially conscious literature that foster an early love of reading. Selections include books with simple ideas and exciting characters to keep young bookworms occupied.

Perceptive Preschoolers 

Book Club

For the perceptive preschoolers, this is an online book club for kids, ages 3-5. The club offers beginning socially conscious literature that appease curious minds. Engaging characters are central to simple story structures for children who are developing an awareness of their surroundings.

Novel Readers

Book Club

For the novel readers, this is an online book club for kids, ages 5-7. The club offers more advanced socially conscious literature that refine new readers determinations and pursuit for a better knowledge of the world. Multifaceted stories inspire and engage readers in new undertakings.

Independent Book Lovers Book Club

For the independent book lovers, this is an online book club for kids, ages 7-9. The club offers socially conscious literature that prompt questions, encourage dialogue, and improve your child’s intellectual ability for years to come.

Blooming Bibliophiles

Book Club

For the blooming bibliophiles, this is an online book club for kids, ages 9-12. This club offers more complex socially conscious literature that enhance abilities developed through previous clubs. Selections include a combination of fiction and nonfiction books fitting for pre-teens.

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Inspired Learners, Do!

 
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How We Curate Books

We spend an enormous amount of time searching for the most brilliant socially conscious literature for our book clubs.

 

Want to know what we read?

 

In April, we read books about the environment to celebrate earth day! This is an annual global event, observed on April 22nd that celebrates the environmental movement and raises awareness about pollution and ways to maintain a clean habitat.

 

In May, we read books about culture and language to celebrate world day for cultural diversity! Every year on May 21st, we urge everyone to do their part to bridge the gap between cultures. The day is often referred to as diversity day!

 

And in November, we read books about civic engagement to celebrate our communities! We encourage ways to make a difference in the civic life of our communities, and develop the knowledge, skills, values and motivation to make that difference.

So sign up the kids for our book clubs. Club membership is only $5.99 per month.

Membership Benefits:

  • A 'social' theme every month

  • Educational facts about the theme

  • Books to celebrate the theme

  • Educational videos and activities related to books, including indoor play ideas and outdoor projects 

  • Links to buy or borrow books

  • Forum to share ideas with other parents

 

Some Of Our Curations

The Earth Book

The Earth Book

Gaby and Grandma Go Green

Gaby and Grandma Go Green

Earth Day Every Day

Earth Day Every Day

Where Are You From?

Where Are You From?

Stolen Words

Stolen Words

The Day You Begin

The Day You Begin

Vote for Our Future

Vote for Our Future

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Lillian's Right to Vote

Lillian's Right to Vote

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Common Questions

What is social consciousness?

Social consciousness is the awareness of important social issues.

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How is it developed?

It is developed through books, first hand experience, or both.

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Why is it important?

It is important because the more aware a person is of his or her surroundings, the more sensitive he or she will be toward social injustice.

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Who is a socially conscious kid?

A kid who notices social problems in society is socially conscious. This will manifest into a strong sense of responsibility for social problems, and increase the likelihood he or she will look for solutions and take action.

 

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