Would you like more books hidden near you? Or more people looking for the books you hide? Here are some ideas to encourage Book Scavenger activity in your area.
- Start a Book Scavenger Club. You can do this informally with friends, or ask a teacher or librarian for help starting a club at your school or local library. If you are lucky enough to live near an independent bookstore, they often host book groups and might be interested in a Book Scavenger-themed club too!
- Plan a Book Scavenger Event. Maybe it’s a Book Scavenger-themed party, a book club meeting, an event to kick off a summer reading program, or a book-centered way to celebrate a theme . . . Designate a day or weekend (or month even!) for participants to hide and find books.
- One Book, One School or City. Book Scavenger has been selected by numerous schools, libraries, and even cities as a community-wide read. The American Library Association Public Programs Office has wonderful resources for building community-wide reading programs.
Contact Jennifer Chambliss Bertman to see if having a website page personalized for your event is possible. She may also be able to share ideas and resources from previous events, provide signed bookmarks and stickers, make a personalized video, or even make a virtual or in-person appearance for your event!
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