Sponsored: Scholastic Book’s Mother-Daughter Book Club!

WIN! Scholastic Books is giving away 6 book titles plus a $50 Visa gift card–see details below!

Scholastic Books is introducing the Mother-Daughter Book Club!

Start a tradition of reading with your daughter with a Mother-Daughter Book Club! Scholastic’s monthly selections will help you choose books (aimed at 8 – 12 year olds) that you and your daughter will enjoy!

The book club launched May 1 with 4 titles: Glory Be by Augusta Scattergood, Pie by Sarah Weeks, The Boy on Cinnamon Street by Phoebe Stone, and Tomorrow Girls: Behind the Gates by Eva Gray, and there will be 2 new featured titles each month.

Along with book selections, the Mother-Daughter Book Club website also features discussion questions and snack suggestions for your book club meetings and a monthly Skype sweepstakes where you can enter to win a Skype visit from one of the authors at your next book club meeting. May’s sweepstakes author is Augusta Scattergood, author of Glory Be.

Breezy Mama reader Erica got to see the book selection for herself and had this to say:

“I am a sucker for packaging and when the Scholastic Mother Daughter Book Club package arrived the first thing I noticed was the quality.  Nestled amongst all the pretty new shiny hardcover books was a red tote.  This is not another reusable tote from the grocery store, it is well made and durable enough to transport heavy books on a book club outing.  The books themselves were a nice mix for different ages.  My daughter is on the young end of the spectrum so while there may be one or two books that are a little over her head most fell within her interest level and comprehension ability.

Lastly and most importantly my daughter and I love to read together and with the Mother Daughter Book Club we have access to books that we might not normally stumble across.  For us the club has been a great way to connect with other mothers and daughters and the thoughtful discussion guides provide a great tool to get the conversation rolling.

Overall, we are so pleased to be a part of the Mother Daughter Book Club and are looking forward to diving into our next book together!”

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WIN! Want to try the club out for yourself? Great because Scholastic is giving away the following to one lucky reader:

•         $50 Visa Gift Card to host your own book club
•         PLUS copies of ALL book club selections (6 books!)

To enter, in the comment section below, tell us what your daughter’s favorite book is. One comment will be randomly chosen.

Prizing & samples courtesy of Scholastic. Prize Pack valued at $140.

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Comments

  1. My daughter’s favorite book is The Secret Garden. She is six and we read it together. It has a great, strong female character that is brave and solves her own problems. Sometimes that can be hard to find in classics. We bought a book that had gorgeous illustrations and it was fun to take a break from reading and talk about the pictures. The night that we finished it, she asked if we could read it again right away.

  2. Ahhh, what a cute idea! I wish there was a mother/son book club. Luckily my boys do enjoy all kids of books, so I often sneak in some girlie ones just for me 🙂 Right now, their favorites are Tales of a 4th Grade Nothing and the Secrets of Droon chapter books.

  3. I am a great fan of reading and especially with your children and I would have to say (tee hee) My daughter’s favorite book is “50 Shades of Grey” but my granddauther likes the “Giving Tree”

  4. So fun! I just had my first daughter (after two sons) and so far her favorite book is whatever book I am reading her brothers! This book club sounds like something fun for us to do together in 7 and half years ;)…never too young to start collecting good reads!…I am already saving “50 Shades of Grey” for her…she could use some books for the in between stage!!! 😉

  5. Angela Pelc says

    If I had a daughter, I’d give her “Ruby Blue” by Julie Cassar. Fun summer adventure book about a teenage girl who loves ice cream and lives in a norther Michigan town and happens to see fairies!

  6. My daughter is almost 5 and she loves the Fancy Nancy and Pinkalicious books. I love the idea of doing a mother-daughter book club! I hope in a couple more years I can make that happen.

    Thank you!

  7. My daughter loves frog and toad – awesome

  8. Jennifer says

    My daughter (and her twin brother) LOVE books! I have read to them every day since they were born! We would love to win the books/gift card. 🙂

  9. Jacqueline says

    What a great idea to encourage 1. reading and 2. bonding with your children through literature! My sister recently read the Hunger Games series at the same time as her daughters, ages 11 and 13. They had a great time doing it, and then went to see the movie all together. Right now, my daughters are 3 and 5, and we enjoy reading the monthly “Highlights” children’s magazines together, as well as all the old Dr. Seuss classics, Good Night Moon, and The Golden Book classics!

  10. alison palmer says

    Quit your search and hand over the Scholastic Book Coupon to your favorite teacher-friend!!!!!

  11. My daughter is soon to be 3 (& my son is almost 6) so we do a lot of shared reading time, but my son will often go off to his own little spot with a book (or 3!) to read alone, so I use that time to read with my daughter. Right now her faves are Dora or animal themed (If You Give A Pig A Party is a big hit) 🙂

  12. no fair. how about a daughter son book club. just 2 boys over here and we all love to read!

  13. Tabathia B says

    She enjoys Percy Jackson and the lemony Snicket series
    tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

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