Book of the Month – September 

THE SATURDAYS by Elizabeth Enright518chuwq-cl-_sx336_bo1204203200_

It’s a rainy Saturday in New York City in the year 1941 and the four Melendy children are bored. Each of them can think of something they’d love to do if only they had the money. From boredom, I.S.A.A.C., the Independent Saturday Afternoon Adventure Club, is born. The children will pool their allowance money and each Saturday one of them can have it all for an adventure. From 13 year old Mona to six year old Oliver, the children have adventures they never dreamed of. Perfect for grades 4 and 5, or to read aloud to wide age range.


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