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Happy Summer!

I hope all of you are having a fantastic summer. I know I certainly am. I love coming home from my early morning working out, drinking my latte, and reading the paper in silence...my kids are still sleeping. I have had a lot more time to read. Besides reading the paper from front to back each morning, I am catching up on my magazine pile, reading lots of blogs to get great ideas for next year's lessons, and of course enjoying some great books. I always tell you guys that I only read one chapter book at a time so you certainly don't need to check out 5 chapter books at one time. However, I may need to think about that again...I am currently reading a "kids" book called The Search For Delicious and an "adult" book called Look Again. I am finding that this is working for me.
I have enjoyed seeing many of you all over town...at the grocery store, the *public library*, the pool, summer school, and even cross country running camp. You are all as busy as I am! If you have time, post what you are reading and if you would recommend it to other kids.
Don't forget our library is open on Tuesdays from 10-12 so drop in and join us!
Good Books! Good Times!

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