A young woman tells a true story of grit in a memoir about her rise from the streets of the Bronx to Harvard, a group of survivors now faces a world destroyed by sunflares and ravaged by virus which turns people into zombies, two teens in 1966 log on to a computer for the first time to discover themselves on Facebook 15 years into the future, and 70 authors of adolescent fiction tell riveting personal stories of bullies and victims. These are just several of the choices which await students as they select NFA READS! titles next week.
NFA’s sustained, silent, independent reading program offers students the opportunity for daily, uninterrupted silent reading for pleasure. Daily students read material of their choice for 20 minutes. Each year students are given the opportunity to choose one title from a menu of options; students are given the books to keep, or they trade them with friends or for other titles on the swap cart in the library. Learn about this year’s 20 choices.
As part of Opportunity and Choice Week when students choose their courses for next year, they will also order their NFA READS! title.