Miss Manners would be so proud.
|"Every since you came I think I am going to try to read as many books|
I can that was on the list. So far I have read "Somebody Up there Hates You."
It's really a good book. your friend, Keyasiu
A few weeks ago, the Sex in the Library booktalking team journeyed to Licton Springs K-8 school in Seattle to present a program in conjuction with Banned Books week. The classes are studying censorship and reading banned books, and wanted to talk about books with controversial content.
|For the 2 best women to make someone exsited to read Aarene and Mary jo.|
Its hard to make someone want to read but you did it.
We are happy to oblige!
We love talking about stuff like that!
|I want to Read all the banned books because It's fun to read!! Thank you so much!!|
right now I'm reading "Doing It" It's a good book, also "breathing underwater".
I love books. p.s. Im a book nerd. --Styleen
Today, a stack of thank-you notes arrived. Clearly, writing the note was an assignment, but it is just as clear that message content was not dictated.
Middle school students are wonderfully opinionated!
|After you guys told me about these Books I got really excited to just start reading.|
I think the first Book I am going to read it "The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time
Indian" by Sherman Alexie.
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