STEM Book Club

Once a month I am going to be hosting, at the library, a STEM themed book club. This club is for 4th-6th graders as we will be reading challenging, yet fun, elementary school reads. The book we read each month will have some sort of STEM theme–weather, coding, geology, etc.

The meeting will consist of 30 minutes of guided discussion about the book, including the STEM theme. And then we will do 30 minutes of a STEM activity that goes along with the theme of the book.

This page is for archiving past meetings:

9/10/20 – Virtual Book Discussion: Masterminds by Gordon Korman w/ DIY erupting lemons

8/6/20– Virtual Book Discussion: Eddie Red Undercover: Mystery on Museum Mile by Marcia Wells w/ DIY Non-Newtonian Fluids

7/9/20 – Virtual Book Discussion: COG by Greg Van Eekhout w/ DIY “Bionic Hand”

6/4/20 – Virtual Book Discussion: Orphan Island by  Laurel Snyder w/ DIY Lava Lamps

5/7/20 – Virtual Book Discussion: Reading Recommendations w/ DIY Ice Cream

4/17/20 – Scouts by Shannon Greenland

2/18/20The Fourteenth Goldfish by Jennifer Holm

11/19/19Max Einstein: The Genius Experiment by James Patterson and Chris Grabenstein

10/16/19 –  Song for a Whale by Lynne Kelly

9/17/19 – Jack and the Geniuses: at the bottom of the world by Bill Nye and Gregory Mone

4/18/10Spin the Golden Lightbulb by Jackie Yeager

3/21/19 – Explorer Academy: The Nebula Secretby Trudi Trueit

2/21/19 – The End of the Wild by Nicole Helget

1/17/19 – The Jamie Drake Equation by Christopher Edge

12/20/18 – Nick and Tesla’s High-Voltage Danger Lab by “Science Bob” Pflugfelder

11/27/18 – Fuzzy by Paul Dellinger and Tom Angleberger

10/18/18 – Eye of the Storm by Kate Messner

9/20/18 – Fuzzy Mud by Louis Sachar