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KDL Kid Picks: Aubree Black

Kent District Library is a proud sponsor of SNN, and provides these book talks for our readers

KDL Kids Book Club Reader
Name: Aubree Black
Age: 10
School: Crestwood Elementary School in Rockford
Book: ‘Wayside School’ by Louis Sachar

What is it about?
Really busy book!  One teacher is going to have a baby, so a substitute teacher will be coming in to take her place.  The school had to be shut done for a while to get the cows out of the school!  And then all the crazy things the students get into when the school opens again!

Who was your favorite character and why?
Todd, because he always had to write his name on the chalkboard.

What do you think happens next?
More situations for the kids to get into!

What kind of book do you want to read next?
I’m reading Dream Jumper now.

What do you like most about reading?
Reading is so interesting!

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