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I would use read-aloud books with activities following the presentation. Try Jim Trelease's The Read-Aloud Book, 6th ed. It has some fabulous suggestions. Try The Kids' Book Club Book by Judy Gelman and Vicki Levy Krupp for some great suggestions with activities.
For new books, I've read some that you could use: Orangutan Tongs: Poem to Tangle your Tongue by Jon Agee; Crocodile Safari by Jim Arnosky; The Plot Chickens by Mary Jane Auch; Our Abe Lincoln by Barbara McClintock; anything by Nic Bishop; Chicken Little by Rebecca and Ed Emberley; The Odd Egg by Emily Gravett; Tsunami!! by Ed Young; I Want to Be Free by Joseph Slate; Adventures in Cartooning by James Sturm, Andrew Arnold and Alexis Frederick-Frost; You Never Heard of Sandy Koufax?! by Jonah Winter.
Hope this helps. Let me know how things go, won't you?
The book club lasted until we graduated from college! And it really helped us learn critical reading skills. Obviously, when we first started, the mothers did more of the discussion leading, but as the years went by, the daughters shouldered more of the responsibilty.
Hope this helps! I really think book clubs are great ideas. We even got some authors to come to our meetings when we read their book. The visit that stands out in my mind is Faith Sullivan, who wrote Cape Ann.