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Happy Fall Break!

Posted by Laura Losch on October 8, 2009

I hope everyone has a wonderful Fall Break this weekend! Enjoy it and perhaps a good book as well!

I was checking out Scholastic’s new book blog, Ink Splot 26 the other day and found the cutest post that I thought was was kind of funny and I wanted to share. The Blogger asked students to change only one letter in the title of a book to make a totally new book. They also had to write a funny new summary of the book. What was the first one on the list? My personal favorite, The Hunger Games! Check it out below. It made me chuckle! You can also visit their Blog directly to see more “new” book titles!

http://blog.scholastic.com/

Ink Splot 26 BLOG for Kids on THE STACKS | Scholastic.com via kwout

See you in the library! (After the Fall Break!)  🙂

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