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Hey kids! Join Lafayette Men's Soccer and EAPL in February and March for the Earn Your Spots Book Club! This book club is geared toward children K-5. The Lafayette Men's Soccer team will lead virtual read-alouds at Paxinosa and Cheston schools, as well for the entire Easton community through the Easton Area Public Library.

EAPL's read alouds will be Wednesday, March 10 at 6:00pm and Saturday, March 20 at 9:00 am. Click Here To Register

Books have been selected for grades K-2 and grades 3-5. Children are invited to pick up their free copy from the library in February and March via curbside or visiting inside at our Main Library and Palmer Branch. So pick up your copy to read along! Thank you Lafayette Men's Soccer for donating these books!

Explore the world of literature with us and EARN YOUR SPOTS!

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More about the Earn Your Spots Book Club book selections:

For grades K-2, the book selection is David's Drawings by Cathryn Falwell.

A shy young African American boy makes friends in school by letting his classmates help with his drawing of a bare winter tree. One winter day David sees a beautiful bare tree. As soon as he gets to school, this shy young boy who loves to draw begins a beautiful picture of the tree he has seen. One by one his classmates come by with suggestions for the drawing, but the fun really starts when they all join David to add grass, stickers, clouds, a rainbow, and other imaginative details to the picture. And as the drawing develops, David overcomes his shyness and finds a way to make new friends.

David's Drawings is a gentle celebration of a child's creativity that speaks directly to the experiences of children. This reassuring story is sure to provide comfort and encouragement as children face the challenge of making friends in new situations.
For grades 3-5, the book selection is Pizza Party by Karen English.

Third-grader Richard and his friends are just four days away from setting a record for excellent behavior and earning a classroom pizza party when disaster strikes—their beloved teacher is out sick, and the strictest, meanest substitute has taken her place! Will their dreams of pizza be dashed when the sub suspects that some of them have been cheating?

This gently humorous installment in a chapter book series about a diverse group of elementary schoolers by Coretta Scott King honoree Karen English offers spot-on storytelling, relatable characters and situations, and plenty of action.