[baisl] Re: Recommendations for MS short story anthologies?

  • From: Cressida Hanson <chanson@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: baisl@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 24 Jun 2019 07:11:16 -0700

"Sit" by Deborah Ellis. FANTASTIC collection of short stories; at first,
some of the stories seem quiet, even innocent, but then others are quite
emotionally hard-hitting. I highly recommend it -- I read two of the
stories to my 7th grade advisory every year.


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On Sun, Jun 23, 2019 at 6:44 PM Michele Martin <
michele.martin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi everyone,

I hope you're all enjoying the summer so far. On the off chance anyone is
checking email...

A friend of a friend will be starting a new career as a sixth-grade
teacher and is seeking recommendations for a good anthology of short
stories appropriate for middle school students. I'm at a high school, so
this isn't my area of expertise.

Any thoughts? Thank you so much!

Best,

Michele

*Michele Martin*




*Director of Information Science (Librarian)Sonoma Academy2500 Farmers
LaneSanta Rosa, CA 95404707.545.1770*

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