The Hundred Dresses Story Chart

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There's a Book for That, Day 9: The Hundred Dresses, part three & a free printable!

For the past two days, I have been sharing my notes and resources for the book club I facilitate at our local homeschool co-op.  You can find those posts here and here.  Even though I tried to make the description of our process and conversations as clear as possible, I know that sometimes it's helpful to just have something that you can download and print to have on hand when you are ready to jump into your own discussion.  So, I made you a story chart, based on the one found in Teaching the Classics, complete with notes for each aspect of the story.  While your discussion won't be exactly like ours, I thought you may find it helpful, as I did when I was just getting started, to have some notes to guide you.   So, consider this little story chart my way of paying it forward.  I hope you find it helpful and that it encourages you to dive in to a book discussion.  It's really not so scary once you get started.  :)  If you'd like a copy of the story chart delivered to your inbox, just pop your name and email address into the form below.  Happy reading (& discussing)!

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