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Have you heard of the Project LIT Community?

If you're unfamiliar with the amazing story of teacher Jarred Amato, the founder of Project LIT, check out the article here.

I've been so inspired by my PLN as they've shared how they are using the #ProjectLITBookClub lists in their classrooms and libraries.  I highly encourage you to begin a Project LIT chapter at your school.  There are lists for all ages!
All of our YA selections! Lots of great choices for middle and high school classrooms. — Project LIT Community (@ProjectLITComm) July 29, 2019 When I saw the list, I knew I wanted to make it my personal goal to read as many as possible.  The pic below shows what I've read so far.  I'll keep reading and updating my Goodreads and report back in here too.

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