2015-07-29

Reading over the summer can help close the achievement gap for students who suffer from summer learning loss. Today, City Year joins the U.S. Department of Education in #ReadWhereYouAre Day- a call to action to raise awareness for and encourage reading across all ages. Need some reading material suggestions? Or maybe you just want to revisit some old favorites? We've got you covered. A few members of the CYBR staff share the books that got them reading in middle school and asks you to join us and #ReadWhereYouAre!

To Kill a Mockingbird - Harper Lee
Ryann Denham Sanchez, Executive Director and Vice President

Dear America series
Grace Andrews, Managing Director 

Sarah, Plain and Tall - Patricia MacLachlan
Verdie Batiste, Managing Director of Impact

The Outsiders - S.E. Hinton
Mellie Bailey, Major Gifts Officer

Goosebumps series
Aaron Sturgeon, Impact Director

Sweet Valley High - Francine Pascal
Stephanie Taylor-Stell, Impact Director

The Giver - Lois Lowry
Julie Miller, Senior Development Manager

1984 - George Orwell
John Nolan, Development and Operations Manager

The Harry Potter Series - J.K. Rowling
Juliette Rocheleau, Development Manager

Holes - Louis Sachar
Jonathan Morris, Impact Manager

Neverwhere - Neil Gaiman
Katie Venetsky, Impact Manager

Join us in celebrating #ReadWhereYouAre Day and let us know- what are YOU reading?

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