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Summer Reading

posted Jun 19, 2017, 8:39 AM by Christine Roman
June 16, 2017

Dear Parents and Guardians,

I can’t believe that summer is right around the corner! I am starting to clean out my Danbury office and packing up some books I have accumulated over the years. The books vary by topic and reading levels. I have poetry books, leadership books, cartoon books and picture books. In looking through my bookcases, I have started to comply a list of books I want to read this summer and flipped through some of my favorite books.

My favorite leadership book of all time is Shackleton’s Way by Margot Morrell, Stephanie Capparell, and Alexandra Shackleton. Also on my shelf was Quiet:
The Power of Introverts in the World That Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Cain and Russel Rules by Bill Russell with David Falkner. Over the years my staff have given me books and a few of those include: Looking for a Moose; The Giving
Tree and What To Do With An Idea.

Mindset and I Have Something to Say: An exploration into the heart and mind of Selective Mutism are books already on my summer reading list. 

Maybe as a family you can select a book or two to read together this summer. Did you know the Gordon-Nash Library has a summer reading program? Check it

out!

Have a great weekend!
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