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Fun With Reading: Trade and Talk

Fun With Reading:

Trade and Talk Using a shared ebook service or choosing from books you both own in your home collection, choose a book for your friend or sibling to read. Write an introduction or "book talk" of one or two sentences explaining what the book is about. Also write down why you think your friend will like it - maybe they like sports, and it's about sports, or maybe there is an event in the book that you think will make them laugh. Have your friend do the same for you! When you're done, talk with your friend on the telephone or over chat about what you thought about the books.



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Tue, May 26, '20

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