> The Things You Can Read: World Book Night

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Saturday, April 27, 2013

World Book Night

In connection with World Book Night, twenty 7th grades students, all of which were light readers, received free copies of Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury on the 50th anniversary of its publication.  It is our hope that students receiving the book will write a short response sharing their thoughts about the novel, which will then be sent to worldbooknight.org.  Thank you World Book Night for allowing me to reach out to students and foster in them a love of reading!

Happy Reading!
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