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    Investing for Kids: How to Save, Invest and Grow Money How to Sell a Rock: A Fun Kidpreneur Story about Creative Problem Solving National Geographic Kids Everything Money: A wealth of facts, photos, and fun!  A Teenager's Guide to Investing in the Stock Market: Invest Hard Now | Play Hard Later Kyng & Kyren's Generational Wealth Building Activity Book (Kyng & Kyren's Generational Wealth Building Activity Books for Kids) Grandpa's Fortune Fables: Fun stories to teach kids about money
    The Know-Nonsense Guide to Money: An Awesomely Fun Guide to the World of Finance! Money Madness Finance 101 for Kids: Money Lessons Children Cannot Afford to Miss
    43 books
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    Hosted by Alana Choo Bookworms attened: Abby, Anthony, Bailey, Connie, Emily, Harmony, Henry, Jade, Katherine, Leonard, Meera Alana's debut host at Readu Book Club was exceptional! Fabulous job Alana! Alana chose a wonderful book! She brought every reader along digging deep into the history and she compared two characters which lead everyone into a lot of thoughts with interesting findings. Everyone enjoyed the journey! Thank Alana for her wonderful presentation and hosting skills!   Next Meetup: Book: The Girl Who Drank the Moon by Kelly Barnhill  Host: Bailey Date: Feb 06, 2022   If you are interested in attending future book clubs, please join us @ https://www.facebook.com/groups/readubookclub Everyone who is dedicated in reading is more than welcome!
    A Long Walk to Water The Girl Who Drank the Moon
    2 books
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    Marvin the Very Tall Bear The Tale of the Clownfish and the Great Shark Spike the Dinosaur: Fun Short Stories and Jokes for Kids
    26 books
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    Asians are an essential part of this world who have contributed in making America, and the world a better place. This is a world for all! Read books about the fantastic Asian Americans around you! Their history, their culture and their stories sparkle too.   We're not separate races. There's only one human race. Alveda King   Great Authors: 1. Grace Lin  2. Kelly Yang 3. Ed Young 4. Gene Luen Yang 5. Laurence Yep 6. Jon J. Muth 7. Linda Sue Park   Picture Books (3-6 yrs): 1. Grandfather's journey 2. Bee-bim bop! 3. Peek! A Thai Hide-and-seek 4. In a Village by the Sea 5. Ruby's Wish 6. The Lotus Seed 7. Tikki Tikki Tembo 8. Stone Soup   Award Winners for 5-6 graders 1. A Single Shard 2. The Night Diary 3. Listen, Slowly 4. A Wish in the Dark   Others: Mindy Kim series Water Buffalo Days: Growing Up in Vietnam Red Scarf Girl
    Kite Flying Dragon Road: Golden Mountain Chronicles: 1939 American Born Chinese
    66 books
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    Hosted by: Bailey Bookworms attended: Alana, Joshua, Harmony, Henry, Leonard, Tianchen Bailey brought everyone a wonderful book to dig through! Thanks Bailey! Wonderful job Bailey! Bailey knows how to raise questions and these questions have provoked a lot of deep thoughts about this book.  Thank Bailey for your wonderful hosting!   Next Meetup: Book: The Lemonade War by Jacqueline Davies Host: Leonard Date: Feb 20rd, 2022   If you are interested in attending future book clubs, please join us @ https://www.facebook.com/groups/readubookclub Everyone who is dedicated in reading is more than welcome!
    The Girl Who Drank the Moon The Lemonade War
    2 books
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    Hosted by Tianchen Bookworms attened: Alana, Bailey, Harmony, Jade, Joshua, Katherine Tianchen's debut host at Readu Book Club was a blast!   Kudos to Tianchen! When we read a book, it's a great idea to start from digging through the background of the author. Tianchen showed us how the author's childhood experiences influenced this book. The idea of a contest was creative and fun. Everyone enjoyed learning through answering the questions. Every question was well thought and prepared. Thank Tianchen for drawing open the curtains for 2022 with his wonderful presentation and hosting skills!   Next Meetup: Book: A Long Walk to Water by Linda Sue Park Host: Alana Date: Jan 23rd, 2022   If you are interested in attending future book clubs, please join us @ https://www.facebook.com/groups/readubookclub Everyone who is dedicated in reading is more than welcome!
    Where the Red Fern Grows A Long Walk to Water
    2 books
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    Hosted by Jade Bookworms attended: Alana, Bailey, Harmony, Henry, Leonard and Tianchen Jade picked a great book which brought kids into deep thoughts after the relations between the human beings and the nature. Jade started her presentation with the introdution of the author and his famous awards-winning books.  They talked about the wildfires in real life, their causes and influences on people and nature.  They discussed about the main character, the plot and how the story relates to real life. Thanks Jade for this Christmas feast!   Next Meetup:  Where the Red Fern Growns by Wilson Rawls Host: Tianchen Date: 1/9/2022   If you are interested in attending future book clubs, please join us @ https://www.facebook.com/groups/readubookclub Everyone who is dedicated in reading is more than welcome!
    Wildfire Where the Red Fern Grows
    2 books
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    Winners for the Best Book of the Past 125 Years by the New York Times ref: https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2021/12/28/books/best-book-winners.html  
    Beloved 1984 One Hundred Years of Solitude
    5 books
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    Hosted by Bailey Bookworms attended: Abby, Harmony, Henry, Jade, Katherine, Leonard, Roy Bailey has did a very thorough research and brought everyone a Thanksgiving Feast! Bailey's presentation is very organized.  It is a great idea to talk about the author and the background of the book before digging deep into the book.  Kids discussed on a few deep questions and everyone learned a lot from the discussion! Thanks Bailey for providing everyone with the best brain feast during Thanksgivng break!   Next Meetup: Wild Fire by Rodman Philbrick Host: Jade Date: 12/12/2021   If you are interested in attending future book clubs, please join us @ https://www.facebook.com/groups/readubookclub Everyone who is dedicated in reading is more than welcome!
    The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate Wildfire: A Novel
    2 books
  • 63 readuosity 0 replies 106 views
    Hosted by Leonard Bookworms attended: Alana, Bailey, Emily, Harmony, Henry, Jade, Joshua, Katherine, Meera, Tianchen Leonard hosts with his unique style that has brought kids a lot of fun! Kudos to Leonard!   Being kind sounds weired to a robot, but it saved Roz.  Kids enjoyed talking about how Roz survived on the island with the help from animals.  Thanks Leonard for being an amazing host with his creative presentation skill and his wonderful sense of humor! Next Meetup: The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate Host: Bailey Date: 11/28/2021   If you are interested in attending future book clubs, please join us @ https://www.facebook.com/groups/readubookclub Everyone who is dedicated in reading is more than welcome!
    The Wild Robot Escapes The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate
    2 books
  • 65 readuosity 0 replies 112 views
    Hosted by Jade Bookworms attended: Abby, Alana, Bailey, Harmony, Henry, Joshua, Katherine, Leonard Meera, Tianchen Jade is a natural host and her curated selection of books has always been a success! Every tree has its root and Jade brought all kids back to the Great Depression which was a wonderful way to start the book club. Kids talked about characters, and they connected the characters in the book to real life which empowers a book with much more meanings. Thanks Jade for being an exceptional host with her strong mind and her warm heart! Next Meetup: The Wild Robot Host: Leonard Date: 11/14/2021   If you are interested in attending future book clubs, please join us @ https://www.facebook.com/groups/readubookclub Everyone who is dedicated in reading is more than welcome!  
    Turtle in Paradise The Wild Robot
    2 books
  • 87 readuosity 0 replies 156 views
    Hosted by: Katherine Bookworms attended: Alana, Bailey, Harmony, Henry, Jade, Leonard, Meera Kudos to Katherine! It's not easy to step up and host a meeting but Katherine did it! The kids discussed the overview of this book and shared opinions. Discussions always light up sparkles which sizzle with new ideas. Thank Katherine for bringing such a wonderful time to everyone with this great book.   Next Meetup: Turtle in Paradise by Jennifer L. Holm Host: Jade Date: Oct 17th   If you are interested in attending future book clubs, please join us @ https://www.facebook.com/groups/readubookclub Everyone who is dedicated in reading is more than welcome!
    The One and Only Ivan Turtle in Paradise
    2 books
  • 99 readuosity 0 replies 179 views
    Hosted by: Emily Bookworms attended: Alana, Bailey, Harmony, Henry, Jade, Katherine, Meera, Leonard, Tianchen Exceptional! Emily is a natural host who is au fait with history.  Thank you for your excellent hosting. The kids discussed the background of this book, and they learned more about WWII. The Holocaust brought them serious thoughts about the human nature.  They ended the meeting with blooket and everyone had a lot of fun! Next Meetup: The One and Only Ivan Host: Katherine Date: Oct 3rd   If you are interested in attending future book clubs, please join us @ https://www.facebook.com/groups/readubookclub Everyone who is dedicated in reading is more than welcome!
    Number the Stars The One and Only Ivan
    2 books
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    I am in charge of the Take Home Library at my kids' elementary school. We just recieved a generous donation of books to supply the library. We ahve many by The Wright Group and while there are levels on the back, we aren't sure how to level them with our library. I am looking for a Guided Reading Level comparison with these Wright Group book. Like if I have a Wright Group book at Level 1 Set E it falls in Level F of the Guided Reading Level. That was just an example of what I need. I have thirty of so sets of books I am looking to level. Can anyone help?
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    Everyone has emotions and sometimes they can be too big to keep inside. It's okay to have emotions and learning to face and control them will make you strong and confident.
    Merci Suárez Changes Gears Me and My Feelings: A Kids' Guide to Understanding and Expressing Themselves Mindfulness Workbook for Kids: 60+ Activities to Focus, Stay Calm, and Make Good Choices
    25 books
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    Randolph Caldecott Medal is for the most distinguished American picture book for children.
    Me & Mama A Place Inside of Me: A Poem to Heal the Heart We Are Water Protectors
    9 books
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    Coretta Scott King Book Awards recognizing an African American author and illustrator of outstanding books for children and young adults.
    All the Days Past, All the Days to Come Lifting as We Climb: Black Women's Battle for the Ballot Box Before the Ever After
    4 books
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    John Newbery Medal is for the most outstanding contribution to children's literature.
    BOX: Henry Brown Mails Himself to Freedom Fighting Words When You Trap a Tiger
    6 books
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    Hosted by: Harmony A Whale of the Wild by Rosanne Parry Bookworms attended: Abby, Alana, Bailey, David, Emily, Henry, Joshua, Leonard Wow, you nailed it Harmony! We thank you for another extraordinary meetup. The kids started from talking about the author who is an animal lover.  This book shows kids the power of love, which was referred to as family and companionship by a few kids. Love carries Vega throughout her journey with her brother. The kids talk about the problems they have in daily life and discussed how a book can inspire them and help them to get through their ups and downs. Kids played a line-matching game to know more about names. In a book, everything was written for a reason, including names. Kids got to discuss why Orcas were named after constellations.  All bookworms watched a video and shared happiness of J35's new born baby, who had carried her dead calf in 2018 for 17 days before giving it up. Next Meetup: Number the stars Host: Emily Date: Sep 19th   If you are interested in attending future book clubs, please join us @ https://www.facebook.com/groups/readubookclub Everyone who is dedicated in reading is more than welcome!
    A Whale of the Wild Number the Stars
    2 books
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