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October Book Post – The Janitor’s Boy

Welcome to another year of guys reading! I’m super-duper excited this year because, for the first time, we’ll have returning members as well as new members. I’m looking forward to some great veteran leadership.

We’re starting off this year with Andrew Clements’ The Janitor’s Boy. I’ve never read this book, so I’m excited to experience it for the first time. I’ve read some other books by Mr. Clements, and liked them.

I can’t wait for our first meeting! Let’s get reading!


One Response

  1. Wow! What a great start to the year! Last night’s meeting was our biggest start ever, with five guys, three dads, one mom, and one cousin, plus Mr. H., the custodian.

    We had a great discussion, covering underground tunnels, parents, kids, war, and getting in trouble, and enjoyed a tasty treat of chocolate chip bars.

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