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Congratulations to the first round of winners for the Read A Thon!
For grades TK-2nd our winners for most books read and most time spent reading are: Noah Borland with 39 books and Ellerie Fox with 326 minutes
For grades 3rd-5th our winners for most pages read and most time spent reading are: Kate Yribarren with 1,591 pages and Allison Rangle with 300 minutes
For grades 6th-8th our winners for most pages read and most time spent reading are: Avery Lescoulie with 773 pages and 975 minutesand Clarissa Beaumont with 296 pages and 423 minutes
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to claim your prize! Finish the month reading strong to qualify for the second round prizes!
Books and stories provide points of access for understanding other people’s lives. Reading diverse books helps students walk in someone else’s shoes—or try on a different hat! Talk about what they read and how to put their compassion into action.
By: National Education AssociationPublished: 01/08/2021
The more that you read, the more that you know. The more that you know, the more places you’ll go.
Mackenzie has read 2 chapters of The Hunger Games. She loves this book and plans to be Katnis for Halloween.
Rocco’s recommendations: The Hardy Boys series, Nancy Drew series, Goosebumps series, and the Rush Revere series. His all time favorite book was: Hardy Boys Book 1: The Tower is a Treasure and that’s because his name was in the book.
Ella recommends Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls series. She says there are lots of good stories about women who changed the world and that the women who are featured are inspiring. She also loves the Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls podcast.
Avery loves any Rick Riordan book series, Percy Jackson, The Heroes of Olympus, or Magnus Chase, they are all great. These books are action packed, full of surprises, and witty humour. They are also filled with great information about ancient civilizations. If that’s not your thing, she recommends the Penderwicks series by Jeanne Birdsall. This book series focuses on the adventures of the odd Penderwick family.
Avery’s favorite quote about reading: “A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies. The man who never reads lives only one.” By George R. R. Martin.
How is the read-a-thon going for you? We can’t wait to tally your reading hours when the first logs come in! We have some more great books recommendations for you! Cooper recommends The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkien. He says it’s a great adventure and has a lot of cool characters.