These students can’t wait to share their ideas!

So many educators enjoy using Junior Great Books® in their classrooms, and we hope you are one of them! Nothing can match the look on a student’s face when they think of a great idea to share with their classmates in discussion, or the intense look of concentration as they pore over a story or text to examine evidence to support their interpretations.

We know students truly enjoy participating in Junior Great Books, and we would like to share images of them participating in the program with fellow educators. That is why we are offering you a 10% discount on your next Junior Great Books order, or your next registration for a Great Books professional development course, if we use a photo that you share.

What We Are Looking For

You can share any photos or videos of kids in your classrooms as they are engaged in Junior Great Books activities. Images we would love to share include:

  • Students participating in Shared Inquiry™ discussion
  • Students writing answers to questions or annotating their books
  • Students involved in small-group activities
  • Students carefully reading a Junior Great Books selection (over-the-shoulder shots that show the text and title are great!)
  • Students engaged in our online platform, Junior Great Books Digital Classroom
  • Photos of student work, such as pictures they have drawn or writing projects they are working on
  • Your whiteboards of student questions

We want to show kids enjoying the camaraderie that participating in Junior Great Books brings. We know from experience that there are moments of fun, surprise, studiousness, and concentration, so we look forward to seeing what you have to share.

Thank you so much! If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact:

Dan Lindstrom
Marketing Manager

*For orders up to $10,000. Orders must be received by July 31, 2023.

Students enjoy working on an activity in Junior Great Books Digital Classroom.

Students at Blaine Elementary School in Chicago concentrate as they read “Those Shoes” in Junior Great Books Series 1.

These students can’t wait to share their ideas!