Spring Reading

Happy Spring Break, Colleagues!

Let’s model life-long learning for our kids,sharing our Spring Break reading lists and encouraging them to grab a good book from the library before they head off.
I’m reading: 
  • What If? Serious Scientific Answers to Absurd Hypothetical Questions by Randall Munrow
  • The Life and Death of Pretty Boy Floyd by Jeffery King
  • The Spy Paramount by E. Phillip Oppenheim

and if I can get to it…

  • American Jezebel: The Uncommon Life of Anne Hutchinson, the Woman Who Defied the Puritans by Eve LaPlante
How about you?
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  • JonHanbury

    nora roberts

    hey, dave

    i was not a reader when i was young……in fact i hated to read.  but i became involved in the process early in my teaching through nora roberts.  i realize that her books are not note worthy in the world of literature but they captivated me!!!  so i would be hesitant to share my selections for my reading with my students since i fail to read “quality” literature. so how do you address the reading of “trash” novels???