R. Tait McKenzieAlmonte, Ontario 40 / 310 Books Given
Principal Kali Lyn Greene Our school doesn't have any extra funds in the budget to replace the older/outdated material in our learning commons. The books are getting quite old and showing lots of wear and tear.
Ms Salter ~ The kissing hand
Ms Osborne ~ The day the crayons quit
Ms Devinder ~ Cloudy with a chance of meatballs
Ms Hack ~ The tale of Desperaux
Ms Graves ~ Goodnight moon
Ms Leclair ~ The paper bag princess
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The students at R. Tait love their library. The books are well read and keeping up with some of these readers is a tough job! I can't wait to see all the great new books in the library thanks to "adopt a school"!
My elementary school's librarian, Mme. Levesque, helped me fall in love with reading as a child. I am now in my 30's, and I can still distinctly remember and picture her sitting in a rocking chair in front of us in our library time, reading us books like Rainbow Fish, Grandma and the Pirates, ...
My 9th grade English teacher inspired me to read. She encouraged me to find out about the world- things I may never see, touch or understand in my lifetime are available through the written word. She also taught me that reading is fun, good for the mind and fosters the imagination. As an adult, ...
Reading is very important to me because it lets me experience many things that just aren't possible in real life. I can't travel around the world, but I can read about other places. I can't live in the past or future, but reading about it makes me feel like I've been there. Reading lets me ...