The 2017-2018 SEA Homeschoolers Teen Book Club is starting. This year in lit class, the main focus is on egalitarianism. In addition to the social issues discussed, there will be an ongoing discussion about how the variety of techniques, genre, and structure each author chooses affects the story and the way readers access it. I think there are real benefits to be gained for one’s own writing from studying the writing of others. If your child just wants to read the books without the discussion, that’s okay too.

I write discussion questions and occasionally give links to ancillary material for each month’s book.

If you are reading this after the start date, don’t worry. You can join any time. The monthly online discussions through Google Hangouts have been interesting and insightful!

August, 2017: We Should all Be Feminists

September, 2017: Salvage the Bones

October, 2017: The Hate You Give

November, 2017: The Sixth Extinction

December, 2017: The Complete Persepolis

January, 2018: Becoming Nicole

February, 2018: Night

March, 2018: Homegoing

 April, 2018: Citizen: An American Lyric

 May, 2018: Skink

 June, 2018: Wicked

 July, 2018: The Inexplicable Logic of My Life

Click here to join the SEA Teen Book Club. You must be a member of Secular, Eclectic, Academic Homeschoolers Main Group to join the sub-groups such as our book clubs.

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