This was Book Week at the Neary School in Massachusetts, and I was thrilled to help the staff and students celebrate by talking with fourth and fifth graders about citizen science. As is always the case during my time with students, special moments were everywhere. One of the sweetest was writing this dedication, dictated by a student buying a copy of Tracking Trash for her older sister.
Sort of makes you want to go buy someone you love a book, doesn’t it?
Thank you, Neary School, for a great day. Long live books, the people who celebrate them, and the people who share them!