Book Clubs

Who’s your favorite character? Your least favorite? What can you relate to in the book? Book clubs are a great way to dive into a book and share your enthusiasm with others who’ve read it! And I can be there if you want me… If you want me to crash your book club party, we can do that either in person (if you’re in the Denver area) or via Skype or Facetime.

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Denise Vega Book Club

 

Below you’ll find discussion questions for each book to get you started, but I bet you’ll come up with even better ones on your own.

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 Discussion questions may be copied for book club and classroom use only. If you would like to use them in a context other than a book club or a classroom, please contact the moderator.

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Discussion Questions

CH-paperback-1in Click Here has been a popular choice for mother/daughter book clubs, with parents and their daughters discussing issues of trust, friendship, taking responsibility for your own actions, and other topics.

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Access Denied by Denise Vega Access Denied is also a good choice for mother/daughter books clubs, opening up discussions on grief, cigarette and alcohol use, as well as issues of trust, friendship, and taking responsibility for your own actions.

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Fact of Life #31 by Denise Vega Fact of Life #31 will help your book club start a dialogue on teen pregnancy, social boundaries and self esteem, in addition to highlighting some of the common areas of struggle between a mother and daughter.

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Rock On by Denise Vega Rock On is a popular choice for teen book clubs, with friends discussing the impacts of sibling relationships, the pros and cons of social networking, the effect social status can have on the choices we make, and other topics.

Discussion Questions