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Book Club Week 2

Hello Fellow Book Clubbers!

Today was one of the most amazing book discussion I have ever had.  Thank you so much for sharing all of your thoughts with me!

This weeks PRECEPT is:

Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.

This week we will:

1. read to page 130.  (This week it's Via's point of view!!)

2. bring another three questions or thoughts you would like to discuss with the group.

3. write one way you honored our precept this week.

4. think about how your insecurity makes you special (there is definitely a way)!

Until our next meeting... Happy Reading!!!

~Mrs. Fanning~

P.S. A very special thank you to our generous book club gnome who once again fortified us with delicious healthy snacks!


Posted by Elizabeth Cohen on Monday October, 21, 2013

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