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For the rest of the period, students would browse the stacks in search of a book, find one quickly, and then sit down and chat with their friends until the bell rang.

They often didn’t read a word of the book they checked out before they left!

They absolutely loved were some of the more popular titles among the 7th and 8th grades.

As a proponent of choice reading, I am always looking for ways to get books into the hands of my students and have them build their reading list, and what better way to celebrate Valentine’s week than having your students speed date books?

I set the timer for anywhere between two to four minutes depending on the students, and the book dating begins.

Students make notes on first impressions of the cover, the inside jacket blurb, and possibly even the first paragraph or two.

The students should have completed the Interests and Reading Survey prior to Speed Book Dating.

So this year, we set up a large circle of chairs and put random books from the carts on each chair. They could read any part of the book (cover, summary, first page, back, etc.). I had all my 8th graders (120 students) come on Tuesdays and all my 7th graders (120 students) come on Wednesdays.

Some were love stories, some were war stories, etc. If they were interested in the book, they wrote it on their wish list. So for two days, six periods each, we did the speed dating activity.

As each class came in, they took a chair, wish list, and a pencil. Many students began talking about the books and writing them down.

When the activity was done, my library clerk Debbie and I showed them the book trailers on tablets.