Read Thirteen Reasons Why with your fellow community members and start a common dialogue. Here are some resources to help!:
How To Start A Community Read This one-sheet provides ten tips on how to get started with a community read in your neighborhood. Print it out for easy reference!
Using Thirteen Reasons Why As A Community Read Features tips and action points to help you incorporate the novel into your reading program.
Thirteen Reasons Why Discussion Guide This guide, prepared by an educator, features over twenty-five discussion questions to help enhance your conversations surrounding the book.
About the Book and Author This very accessible one-sheet includes an author bio and short blurb about the book. Print it out and pass it around to get community members excited about reading Thirteen Reasons Why.
Thirteen Questions for Jay Asher Also featured in the back of the book, this one-sheet is easily reproduced for information packets and can be incorporated into programming and discussions.
Thirteen Reasons Why – A Stage Play Originally created and performed by students at Antioch Community High School in Antioch, IL, this full stageplay has been adapted and edited by Jay Asher and features an Author's Note as well as diagrams for stage design.
What Educators Are Saying... Hear directly from educators and librarians about their experiences using Thirteen Reasons Why in their schools and community reading programs.
What Teens Are Saying... Learn more about the 13RWProject and how teens are reacting and reaching out.