This summer, I decided to renew a passion of mine...reading. For so long, I have said "I don't have time" or "maybe tomorrow." I immersed myself into books and remembered how much I truly enjoy to read!
My first memory of reading was when my parents would read to me at night. I wanted to learn to read myself, and at the age of six, I was reading Little Women by Louisa May Alcott. I am convinced that my early exposure to books and love of reading has expanded my vocabulary as well as help me become a good writer. I will continue to add books to this list and hope that I can instill this same passion into the students I work with each day.
by John Yeager, Amy Baltzell, John Buxton, Wallace Bzdell Year Published: Easy Reading by Ben Sherwood Year Published: Average by Todd Burpo with Lynn Vincent Year Published: Average by Louisa May Alcott Year Published: Challenging by Suki Sheth, Deborah Schoberlein Year Published: Average by Ken Kesey Year Published: Challenging by Judy Blume Year Published: Average