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“It was an awesome opportunity to have 131 of our students
become published authors! For our kids to do a FUN project, and
at the same time improve their writing skills and do Laurel
proud on the State Assessments.”

- Dennis Devorick, Principal

“Last year was a magical experience for our students, getting their
books for the very first time! Having a Book Release Party
was so much fun for them… It was just a very exciting process!”

- Dr. Thomas O’Neill, Principal

“Longfellow Elementary is thrilled to be participating in the ECAA
book project again this year! Our students are so proud art!”

- Teri Marsh, Creative Writing Teacher

“We’re very excited about the project we did last year and we can’t
wait to do it again this year! The book project has just
made writing exciting for the kids and they’re not only writing because
they have to, but now they’re choosing to write on their own time too!”

- Beth Vilyus, Instructional Coordinator

“It is a wonderful experience. In class, we have been talking about being authors
and mental images that they create for the readers. The kids do not see the
whole picture until they actually saw the book. They say they are going
to be famous like Barnes & Noble. I am so glad we did it!”

- Susana Maldonado, Teacher

“Wonderful project! The students enjoyed seeing their work published!
They can't wait for writing time. Thanks!”

- Sherri Draper, Teacher

“I think this is a wonderful project for the kids. I love the photos
included in the book. The kids feel very special during the book signing.
This project helped my son enjoy writing a little bit more.”

- Michelle Kapfer, Parent

“This is a wonderful project. I really appreciate what you have
done and hope that you continue to do so.”

- M. Florence, Parent

“I think this is a wonderful project for the students. This project gives
them something to be very proud of when they grow up.”

- Tom Tram & Oaih Tram, Parents

“I feel that I am writing something the whole world can read!”
- Tatum, Student

“I feel like I am going to be famous!”
- Shelby, Student

“I like people to know that I am not just a nobody.”
- Madison, Student