July Read-Along: Stick by Andrew Smith

Hello, People and Things!

Today is July 1st – Which means it is time to start reading the next book in our Andrew Smith summer read-along schedule!  Our selection for July is Stick – and I will be hosting this time around!  I absolutely loved this book – so I’m looking forward to reading it again and posting discussion questions each Saturday.  

If you haven’t already registered for the event, please check out the information below, which explains how to join!  There are Giveaways and other events associated with Andrew Smith Saturdays (as if the AWESOME books weren’t enough!) – so I do hope you’ll come along for the ride! 

Discussion Plan for July: Stick (Hosted by Roof Beam Reader)

  • 7/7: First (Part 1): Pages 2-59
  • 7/14: First (Part 2): Pages 60-103
  • 7/21: Next (Part 1): Pages 107-216
  • 7/28: Next (Part 2): Pages 216-292

Our Andrew Smith book choice for August is Ghost Medicine and there’s a Giveaway copy being offered by Not Now, I’m Reading!  One lucky participant will win a copy of the book – so be sure to register and then head over to Not Now, I’m Reading for your chance!

Registration

You must register for this event and participate in order to be eligible for prizes.

Register Here.

Where to Buy Stick:

Amazon.com

The Book Depository

Barnes and Noble

4 Comments on “July Read-Along: Stick by Andrew Smith

  1. I started the book. I am loving his writing style to convey the hearing loss. So cool!

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  2. I totally failed on participating in the discussions for Path (my review is going up this week), so I’ll try to be better with Stick. 🙂 I ordered a copy and it should be here by Wednesday! Yay!

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