November Good Book Club
Wednesday, November 4
5:30 pm | Dinner | Wesley Hall | Donations encouraged
6:00 – 7:30 pm | Parent Program | Wesley Hall
Good Book Club | Children’s Wing, 2nd floor
Our next Good Book Club is Wednesday, November 4. It kicks off with a meal in Wesley Hall at 5:30 pm. Donations encouraged, but not required. Adults are invited to stay in Wesley Hall from 6:00 – 7:30 for for speaker Pam Rinn, who will discuss strategies dealing with stress and discipline: “Taming the Holiday Crazies.”
From 6:00 – 7:00 pm the kids will have Good Book Club in the Children’s Wing. Our theme for November is — Role Models. Each book celebrates great role models who come in many shapes, sizes, ages . . . and even species.
Children younger than 3 years old may stay in the Nursery. Please make Nursery reservations with Paula Wagstaff (email@example.com) at 817/546-4414 by Monday, November 2.
3rd Grade and Older
Helen Keller: A photographic story of a life by Leslie Garrett
This is the true story of two role models: Helen Keller — a girl who is stricken with an illness that leaves her deaf and blind; and Annie Sullivan — Helen’s amazing teacher.
2nd Grade and Younger
We will divide these children into two equal groups, and each group will read and participate in activities for both books (30 minutes each).
Oh, Daddy by Bob Shea
If you don’t know the name “Bob Shea,” you need to. He has fairly exploded onto the picture book scene with hilarious books such as Dinosaur vs. Mommy and Unicorn Thinks He’s Pretty Great. Beneath the humor there’s always great storytelling. This book shows how daddies can be funny, silly, and — despite their many faults– lovable.
The Wednesday Surprise by Eve Bunting, illustrated by Donald Carrick
In this beautiful story, with equally beautiful art, a girl and her grandmother both serve as outstanding role models. But we can’t tell you how. That would ruin the surprise!