Daniels, H. (1994). Literature circles: voice and choice in the student-centered classroom. York, Maine: Stenhouse Publishers.
An Annotation by Laurie Walsh
Another practical book – yahoo! The author explains the use of literature circles in classrooms ranging from elementary school to college. He connects the idea to the work of Rosenblatt, the Johnsons, Dewey, Rogers, Moffett and Postman to show that this is steeped in history. The remainder of the book is directly applicable in the classroom: training students on the process, scheduling and managing groups, the teacher’s role, grading and evaluation, and troubleshooting. This, I imagine, is the end all, be all of literature circle books. In fact, other articles I’ve read usually refer to the works of Daniels.