Bookworm Buddies say “Thanks!”

Some of our second grade “bookworm buddies” have sent us thank you notes and drawings… here are a few samples of the kind of impact you make by being a Grange Bookworm!

The artist who drew us all wrote, “Dear Bookworm Readers… Thank you for listening to us read. We always looked forward to your visits. Next year I hope you see me. I will miss you this summer!”

Others carefully lettered,

“Thank you for listening to us read. I can’t wait to read to you next year. I wish that you could listen to us every day, even when we’re at summer time. We really appreciate you listening to us read every day. We always looked forward to your visits.”

“Thank you for listening to us read. We always looked forward to your visits. We appreciate your magical visits. It has been a fantastic year.”

“…We love reading with you. I will see you next year.”

“Thank you for making the year very magical. We always looked for the time you could come in. You are great friends. You are spectacular people.”

“Thank you for letting us read to you guys! It is really fun! I can’t wait to see you next year!”

“Thank you for listening to us read. We appreciate your visits. We appreciate your kindness. We hope to see you next year!”

“Thank you for taking us to read. I can’t wait to read for you in 3rd grade. Reading is a fun thing to do. It is more fun to read with someone else.”

“Thank you for helping us to read good. You are one of the best people I know. Thank you for listening to 2nd and 3rd grade. You’re fantastic good friends.”

Next time you are at the grange hall, look on the bulletin board and read more of these precious notes… and if you haven’t been a bookworm, consider signing up for next year!

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