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NPR's Backseat Book Club

Backseat Book Club

Youthful reads for junior brainiacs

Lucy Dahl remembers that her father's writing hut was "a sacred place." Even on the days he wasn't feeling inspired to write, he'd go out there for hours at a time and "put his bottom on the chair." Click Here To Learn More About "The Story Behind The Storyteller." The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre hide caption

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The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre

Carina Jaffe, 3; Larissa Jaffe, 9; Denali Jaffe, 10; Zahra Jaffe, 6; and their friend Christina Tonnu, 8, read The Phantom Tollbooth together in Philadelphia. Courtesy the Jaffe Family hide caption

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Courtesy the Jaffe Family

Author Jarrett Krosoczka teaches a drawing class to a group of third- and fifth-graders at the Walker-Jones Education Campus in Washington, D.C. John W. Poole/NPR hide caption

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Middle and high school girls participate in the Dorothy's House and Land of Oz program in Liberal, Kan. JoAnne Mansell hide caption

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JoAnne Mansell