Sixth graders share their children’s books to parents during Authors Tea

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Sixth graders share their children’s books to parents during Authors Tea

Parents watch as students present their children's book

Parents watch as students present their children's book

Logan Bickerstaff

Parents watch as students present their children's book

Logan Bickerstaff

Logan Bickerstaff

Parents watch as students present their children's book

Loan Bickerstaff

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On Friday, May 3, the sixth grade students hosted an Author’s Tea. Family and friends of many students loved watching their little ones grow up and learning about public speaking and publishing. The parents of  Payton Bickerstaff enjoyed watching her read about gymnastics and her experience about starting gym. Each room had snacks, such as cookies and water, to make it a proper Author’s Tea. The whole sixth grade participated and some seventh graders helped out by handing out programs, leading parents to their kid’s room, and signing adults into the front desk. Many stories were based off Dr. Seuss books and other childhood stories. These books are a good way for students to express themselves about things such as growing up, hobbies, and even about riding a bike for the first time.

“Each year, these stories get better and better,” says sixth grade teacher Ms. Ging.

“This year was better than ours,” said numerous seventh graders, who presented their books last year. This year’s Authors Tea was a success and we can only hope for another great turn out.