What do you consider reading? Is it still reading if you are just escaping and not learning something new? Does it count if you are reading for work? Should fiction and nonfiction be rated *equally*? Judging by the answers to the question “What are you reading?” at the end of our A to Z’s monthly team meeting, the answer is clearly “Yes” to all!
- Storied Life of AJ Fikry by Gabrielle Zevin – a 4-star book on Goodreads for those who keep track of books using that app
- The Bridgerton Series by Julia Quinn – Always fun to be able to compare and contrast with a TV show
- Alias Anna by Susan Hood – a novel in verse – Yes, this is for the middle grades but some books are great for all ages
- No Mud, No Lotus by Thich Nhat Hanh – A wonderful book to help guide us through the times we are living in today
- Becoming Literate by Marie Clay – A great book on the changes children go through when learning to read
And a few team members chimed in about not reading an actual book…
- Reading how to do my job – learning as I go. Lessonly. Just proving the point that reading is essential in all aspects of our lives.
- When your books are still packed in boxes due to moving and COVID protocols continually change. What can one read? Why everything on COVID guidance!
So, if the first questions were put in multiple-choice format, there would have to be the final answer of – all of the above!