If you read my letter to Lauren Oliver that I posted yesterday, you know that I love this series and believe it has important implications for the times we live in. Many times librarians contact me and ask advice about starting a teen book club. My number 1 recommendation: find the right book. I believe this is the right book. And it is definitely the right time.
So, I am going to encourage everyone to read and discuss this great series with a book giveaway. I will donate a copy of Delirium and Pandemonium to two libraries and all you have to do is . . .
1) Sign up to be entered to win by agreeing to have a book discussion of these two titles. Just leave a comment saying that you will and
2) Agree to submit The 2012 Project pictures of your book discussion and a guest blog post about how the discussion went including questions you asked, how the teens responded, etc.
There are several sites with Delirium book discussion questions already put together for you to make it easier:
Oliver Books (the official page)
AUSA Book Club
So, if you are interested, leave a comment by March 7th. Remember, you need to agree to have a book discussion group/club around this title and share pics and a blog post about your experience - let's say by the end of May, the school year (although it would be a great activity to have for Banned Books Week).