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school book club service to “I wanted My School Book Club to be part of a As parents and students make purchases, a “Book-o- book club’s pallet-loads of glossy literature and
the secondary school sector. new and deserving revenue stream that fully supports meter” calculates the 20 per cent donation and displays rely on email and the web for the majority of our
My School Book Club is literacy aims without compromising a school’s the amount that each school has earned to purchase communications.”
the brainchild of David Teale, founder of the successful curricular integrity.” new books from the site. Parents also benefit from A host of authors including myself, Rod Campbell
Red House Children’s Book Club. His aim was to With almost 1,000 UK primary schools already the discounts of up to 50 per cent compared with high and Jacqueline Wilson are supporting My School Book
create a book club for the internet age that delivered signed up to the scheme, My School Book Club is now street prices. Club’s efforts, and a panel of literacy professionals
tangible benefits to all stakeholders – from teachers looking to extend the service to secondary schools. Though a new revenue stream is a positive move selects the books with David, who is personally
and school librarians, to students, their parents, and the David continued: “We want to ensure that the forward from what has gone before, David felt that My involved in each selection.
wider community. concept works equally well across the entire spectrum School Book Club could go further to improve on the Along with year-specific titles in subjects such as
David has long been an advocate of school libraries. of UK schools, so I would like to encourage feedback traditional book club model. science and history, David is particularly proud of the
He said: “Secondary school libraries play a pivotal on all aspects. Whether it is the book selections, the “Moving everything online immediately benefits engaging fiction and graphic novels choices that we
role in literacy and a child’s continuing educational authors we have chosen to interview on the site, the everyone involved in a book club on a number of hope are bound to appeal.
development. resources available in the Teacher’s Lounge section, or levels,” he explained. “First, there is the reduction in He added: “The Diary of a Teenage Wimp series
“It was vital to me in rethinking how a book the competitions and giveaways, the input of frontline administrative time and effort for teachers as there are are bestsellers in the UK and in America for a reason
club can serve the community, that schools and their teaching staff, librarians and administrators will be no more catalogues to deliver, orders to collate, money and are probably enjoyed by just as many adults as
libraries should see a significant benefit from their invaluable to ensure we remain relevant and beneficial to manage, nor books to distribute. teens. Girls will find their share of love interest in the
involvement.” in the long-term.” “Then there is the convenience factor. Parents and WAG’s World series, and for darker tastes there are the
From this underlying principle, David incorporated Schools register free of charge on the My School students can browse and shop as and when they choose artistically accomplished graphic novels Silverfin in the
an in-built charitable donation that automatically returns Book Club website and within 24 hours, a free and the site is constantly updated with new titles. No- Young Bond series and Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.”
20 per cent of the value of all purchases at My School customised school website is created. This new site one needs to wait for a new catalogue to be printed and
Book Club to participating school libraries. is automatically loaded with the full range of titles sent out. • The author Michael Morpurgo is the former children’s
He continued: “In this climate of dwindling selected for older children and teens, from classic and “Our green policy is a genuine commitment to laureate. Visit www.michaelmorpurgo.org
government support for education budgets, I know modern fiction, to graphic novels and learning and reducing our impact on the environment and it relies
first-hand that schools are constantly on the lookout to education-based titles designed to support the current on our decision to work mostly online. We have done
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