Don’t Judge a Book By Its Cover
November 7, 2013
Here in the Young Adult section, every Wednesday is known as our Wildcard Day, which is when we do random activities. In the past we’ve partaken in making chocolate bowls, playing SongPop, and a fantasy football draft. But this week, we took the chance and did an activity that was a little more thought provoking and required the kids to do something absurd in the library…read!
Earlier this year while browsing for fun activity ideas, Scott came across “Don’t Judge a Book By Its Cover,” which required teens to pass judgement first on the appearance of a book and then on it’s contents. Basically here’s how it went down. First, we asked the teens to choose a book they would want to read based on its cover art. After they filled the first part of their worksheet (found here) we had them read the inner jacket…
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