#BookADay :: Made to Read At School

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The Borough Press is encouraging everyone to tweet a #BookADay all throughout June to celebrate Independent Booksellers Week, which begins 28th June. My posts can also be found on my Tumblr!

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Made to Read at for School: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by J.K. Rowling

Okay, so I actually was assigned to read this one for Grad School (I have my MS in Library and Information Science with a focus on Youth Services, and this was a title required for my Fantasy Literature course – best course ever!), but I don’t actually own any of the books I was required to read in high school, so I had to go ahead and use this one. I’ve actually read some really great books for my Grad School coursework – you can see some of them here on my Goodreads if you’re interested – and I also got quite lucky with my high school requirements as well (The Great GatsbyCatch-22, Ragtime, Dante’s Inferno and Candide are just a few that I really enjoyed), so honesty, aside from Siddhartha (ugh), I actually don’t have any complaints!

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