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Page Turners Start The Morning Off Right!

Our Page Turner's Book Club has started for the 2010-2011 school year. We are looking forward to adopting shelves, reviewing books, blogging, and of course READING. Check out our photos below...what a great way to start the day! Any student in grades 3-5 may join us. Just see Mrs. Rosheim or Mrs. Haynes for a permission slip.











Comments

Tyler 4J said…
I like to go becasue you get atleast 20 minutes to read or more.
Emma said…
I like going to Page Turner's because it is a very good time to read quietly instead of going at home and having loudness.
Emily 5R said…
I like page turners because you are in a peaceful place to read before your day starts at school. It is not as noisey as it is in your classroom.
Grace 3Highley said…
I wonder where I'm at?!!!!!!!!
Leyton said…
I LOVE Page Turners because you get to Read; Blog; have lots of Challnges; Adopt Shelvs and more!
Anonymous said…
I am so excited when i come to Page Turners it is so much FUN!!!

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