Here are a few of the titles in my stack of books that I am currently reading.

Read daily, explore a variety of genres and topics, and choose quality, “just right” books that will help you learn and grow as a reader and person.

These are the messages we pass onto our Lower School students each day, and it only makes sense that as the Head of Lower School, I should be modeling and practicing these same habits as well.

This is actually one of the easiest aspects of my job because I LOVE TO READ!

I don’t really have just one “stack” of books that I am reading or plan to read — I have “stacks” of books that can be found by my bedside, on my kitchen counter, on my desk at school, in Simone’s room, on my Kindle, or even in Tre’s diaper bag.

It is my belief that you can learn a lot about a person by looking at what they read.  By sharing what I have been reading this summer and what I plan to read, I hope to give you some insight into what the Lower School faculty will be focusing on this coming year as well as give you a chance to know more about me as a person.

Books in what I would call my Professional Stack include:

Books in my nonfiction Personal Stack include:

Books in my fiction and memoir Personal Stack include:

Books in my Mommy Stack include:

What are you and your children reading?

“It is what you read when you don’t have to that determines what you will be when you can’t help it.” ― Oscar Wilde

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