Make a Difference Day: Pace Reads
We took turns reading and most of us were able to read aloud twice. In light of the upcoming holiday, we also chose to read Fall and Halloween themed books. One that was a particular crowd favorite was “Goodnight Goon,” a spin-off of the ever so popular book, “Goodnight Moon.” To keep with the theme, we asked what the childrens’ Halloween plans were and what they planned on dressing up as this year.
This was very much a nostalgic event and it was obvious that my fellow students enjoyed it as much as the Cottage School children. It was a means of revisiting our childhood while giving back to our local community. After our friends from the Cottage School left Honors students continued reading to other children who were in the library that day. This was my first time attending a “Make a Difference Day” event and I have to admit it was probably one of my favorite Honors events thus far.