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1. Have your kids ask five or six of their friends to join.
2. Distribute a schedule of meeting times.
3. Make sure to provide plenty of snacks for the little ones.
4. During meetings, teach the kids to share what they like best about the book they read.
5. At the end of each meeting, assign someone to choose the next book to read.
Protect hardcover books and create blank canvases for artwork with paper book jackets.
1. Cut kraft paper several inches longer and wider than the book (you can also use a grocery sack).
2. Vertically center the book on the paper then place the book slightly off center horizontally.
3. Fold the paper horizontally and vertically around the book creating pockets for the book to fit in.
Little librarians will enjoy having a system to keep track of their books.
1. Print checkout cards from a colored printer then slip them into envelopes.
2. To make the envelope cut a tag shape out of card stock.
3. Cut a piece of vellum to the same width and about half as long.
4. Embellish and secure to the inside of the of the book cover.
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