By Sarah Novogrodsky
Rob Buyea author visit with 4th and 5th graders.
Fourth Graders Reflect on Rob Buyea’s visit.
I heard him say, “Always keep your writing switch on.” I realized that you don’t only do writing (or think about writing) at your desk. You can think about writing in your everyday life. -- Fitsum
I heard “You are only as good as your first sentence.” Immediately my writing switch turned on and I knew I would not ever turn it off. -- Annabel
I heard Rob Buyea say, “Nobody but a reader becomes a writer and it reminded me of the day I finished Harry Potter
and the Deathly Hallows
. The moment I finished I felt motivated to write an eighth book." -- Caroline
E.B. Lewis To Visit Haggerty School
On March 10th, award winning illustrator E.B. Lewis will visit the Haggerty School. He most recently illustrated The First Step: How One Girl Put Segregation On Trial
(Susan E. Goodman.) Below are covers of books he has illustrated.
Other Library News
Lina Harp shared her Chinese New Year traditions and stories with the second graders. Simmons library practicum student, Jessica Kelly, shared traditional instruments and a lion’s head mask.