Speechless, a new book by Hannah Harrington from Harlequin TEEN, is a story about how harmful our words can be. It’s also a story about how we can take action individually or with our friends to make our schools and communities better places for everyone. We can stop the bullying and gossip that hurts so many people. We can help ourselves and others feel better and more connected.
Organizing a Speechless Book Party is a fun, easy way to decide how you and your friends can take action to make a difference. Or you can use the suggestions in this guide on your own. You can also check out the Love is Louder Action Kit for other ways to make a difference in your school and community. Download the Book Party Guide now!
The first 25 people to submit their party will receive free copies of the books (up to 10 per party).
More about Speechless by Hannah Harrington:
Inspired by a National Geographic magazine article on Buddhist monks, Chelsea learns to keep quiet so she doesn’t hurt anyone else. Soon she learns there is strength in silence, and in getting to know people she’s never noticed before. Including a boy she might even fall for. If only her new friends can forgive what she’s done. If only she can forgive herself. Love is louder when we use our words to help, not hurt.