Category: Books to Read

What we’re reading…

Hi, hope everyone is having a good Spring Break, I just finished Ana’s Story  by Jenna Bush, the true story written by President Bush’s daughter about her time working with UNICEF. This book is very interesting and gives great info about HIV/AIDS, abuse, and how to volunteer and help others. I will be reading next the Worst …

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What we’re reading

I just finished the 2006 Newbery winner, Criss Cross by Lynn Rae Perkins, a coming of age book that was interesting. I am beginning the book Mentor: the kid and the CEO by Tom Pace, this book has gotten great reviews here and I am excited to read it. The book When the Black Girl …

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What we’re listening to!

I thought we would talk about the Kansas Library Card program of books online with it’s Overdrive program. This program lets you download audio books to your computer, ipod, or mp3 player. There is music, children’s books, and adult books available. Mrs. Murray has just finished The Boy in the Stripped Pajamas by John Boyne. She …

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What we’re reading…

Mrs. Dunn is reading Paint the Wind by Pam Munoz Ryan, I am reading Over Sea, Under Stone by Susan Cooper, the first in The Dark is Rising series. Mrs. Wasson is reading The Seven Wonders of Sassafras Springs by Betty G. Birney. We also have just purchased The Spiderwick Chronicles which is coming out …

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What we’re reading

I just finished The Misadventures of Maude March or Trouble Rides a Fast Horse by Audrey Couloumbis. What a fun read and thank you to Tina to suggesting this book to me! I also just read Lowji Discovers America by Candace Fleming and it was a funny book that was very enjoyable. Both of these books are …

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What we’re reading

Mrs. Dunn just read the new book by Nicholas Sparks, The Choice, she said she loved it! Mrs. Wasson has just begun reading The Penderwicks by Jeanne Birdsell. Mrs. Murray just read The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane, by Kate DiCamillio, a toy fantasy story about a china rabbit. It is similar to The Velveteen …

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