An excellent resource for ideas about where to go with your reading adventure. Think of the list as a map that will take you to places you’ve yet to visit…..
I have an important announcement to make. Gather closely, please: YOU SHOULD READ STUFF THAT YOU LIKE OVER THE SUMMER.
I’m talking to you. The kid who is struggling with assigned historical fiction. The student who is tempted to dive into next year’s assigned book list early. The 8th grader who does’t have time to read graphic novels because of lacrosse practice. If those things are what you love (or what your reader loves), then AWESOME. Go for it! But if they’re not? Then go back up and read that message again. And again. And again. And as many times as you need to, until you’re as excited about it as I am.
One of my favorite things about working in the Learning Village at St. Anne’s-Belfield School is that the summer reading homework is simple: read stuff that you love. Read it a lot. No assigned lists, or “subtly…
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