Calling all readers ready to make a difference! Little Free Library’s Action Book Club, which combines reading and community engagement, is launching a new theme: Moving Forward, celebrating growth, resilience, and well-being for all. In honor of the new theme, the LFL nonprofit organization is hosting an exciting giveaway for Action Book Club members.

Sign up your Action Book Club by February 28, and you’ll be entered to win a special selection of Action Book Club titles. Plus, one grand-prize winner will receive an Action Book Club–themed mini Little Free Library! (Winners will be announced by email March 5; existing Action Book Clubs will be automatically entered to win; book packages will vary.) SIGN UP HERE!

The Action Book Club is perfect for any age group—from elementary classrooms all the way up to existing adult book clubs. We provide a recommended reading list for adults, teens, and children with books that reflect the “Moving Forward” theme, which will be active through July. Books include In Every Moment We Are Still Alive by Tom Malmquist, Educated by Tara Westover, and Everything Here Is Beautiful by Mira T. Lee for adults; Genesis Begins Again by Alicia D. Williams, What I Leave Behind by Alison McGhee, and (Don’t) Call Me Crazy, edited by Kelly Jensen, for tweens and teens; and Me and My Fear by Francesca Sanna, Jabari Jumps by Gaia Cornwall, and Rock What Ya Got by Samantha Berger for kids.

“Action Book Club combines three things that have the capacity to change the world: reading, thoughtful discussion, and community engagement,” says Kelly Jensen. “I’m thrilled to have (Don’t) Call Me Crazy be part of the conversation and the work that helps make the world a little bit better.”

Also check out our partners at the New York Times Learning Network for a curated list of compelling articles related to the new “Moving Forward” theme.

The Action Book Club invites participants to read and discuss books, take part in service projects to benefit their communities, and share their stories to help spark a ripple effect of positive activity. Today there are more than 1,000 Action Book Clubs around the world, with members working together to have a positive impact where they live.

You can be part of this story of change. Start an Action Book Club today!

For more information on the Action Book Club, “Moving Forward,” and the giveaway, read the press release.

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