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Las Palmas
PTA Membership
About - Book Clubs

If you have any questions regarding the program, pleases contact Jennifer Aquino / 949-795-4721 / allwoolley@hotmail.com

Read for Fun! Las Palmas Book Clubs are a 100% parent-led program which emphasizes reading for fun in a social setting. It is open to students in 2nd - 5th grade. Students/Parents will have an opportunity to pick the book club of their choice.

Students gather for snack and then discuss a grade level appropriate book. For more information about the Book Club, scroll down to the FAQ section.


  • Fall 2020
  • Spring 2020

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  • Date - to be announced
  • Location: Virtual


What is the Las Palmas PTA Book Club? The club emphasizes reading for fun in a social setting.  It is open to all skill levels for students in grades 2nd-5th. Students are encouraged to read the books at home, or have parents read to them, and come prepared to discuss the book with their small group. 

 BOOKS – How are the books selected?

Books are selected from literature sources such as: library lists, books used in other school clubs, and leader suggestions. The books on the list are chosen because we hope they are fun to read and because they have the potential for lively and interesting discussion.  Some books may be above or below your child’s reading level, so students may choose to read the books independently or with their parents. 

Spanish Books

  • Jack y los Frijoles Magicos (2)
  • Doctor de Soto (2)
  • Tiki Tiki Tembo (2)
  • Junie B. Jones y el Autobus Tonto y Apestoso (2/3)
  • La Casa del Arbol: Vacaciones al pie de un volcán (2/3)
  • La Casa del Arbol: El verano de la Serpiente Marina (2/3)
  • Dragonero (2/3)
  • Chato (2/3)
  • Los Cien Vestidos (3/4)
  • Mi Hermana Magica Mabel Gana el Premio (3/4)
  • ¿Quién es Neil Armstrong? (3/4/5)
  • La Lista de Tontos (4/5)
  • Nacer Bailando (4/5)
  • Hoyos (5)
  • Danny, el Campeón del Mundo (5)

English Books

  • Wagon Wheels (2)
  • The Magic School Bus Gets Cold Feet (2)
  • Encyclopedia Brown & The Case of the Secret Pitch (2/3)
  • Geronimo Stilton: Cavemice the Stone of Fire (2/3)
  • Cam Jansen: The Mystery of the U.F.O. (2/3)
  • Who Was Amelia Earhart? (3/4)
  • Wayside School Gets a Little Stranger (3/4)
  • Gollywhopper Games (3/4/5)
  • The Long Winter (4/5)
  • The Tail of Emily Windsnap (4/5)
  • My Side of the Mountain (5)

 LEADERS – Who leads the discussion groups?

Parent volunteers lead the discussion groups. There is no teaching experience necessary! Methods for engaging different personalities in a supportive manner are an important component of leading a book club. This is a great forum to participate in the LP Community, exchange ideas and team up with others. The clubs last for 1 hour after school.  Leaders read the book and lead activities for the group, typically 8-12 students.  Snacks are always a big hit! There is lots of help available if you want ideas for activities, or help with snacks.  Feel free to sign up with a partner too, it is always more fun with a friend. Our volunteers make it fun for the kids, while having fun themselves – come and join us!

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