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April Guys’ Choice Poll

Jonathan and Michael have spoken. Here are their nominations for our April book:

Jonathan nominates The Phantom Tollbooth, by Norton Juster. This is a fantasy classic, full of wordplay, puzzles, and strange characters. We have plenty of copies in the library, if we choose this book.

Michael nominates A Long Journey Home, by Joseph Paul and Mary Nuckolls. This book was written by a local author and is a collection of stories she and her son shared. Michael’s mom thinks we would be able to round up enough copies.

A tough choice–the classic or the local connection!

Please vote just once, and feel free to let us know in the comments why we should choose one over the other. Your parent can vote, too.

 

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One Response

  1. I do have a soft spot for The Phantom Tollbooth, but it would be neat for your group to be able to connect with a local author. You’ll have fun whatever you decide!

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