Hardyston school hosts author visits

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  • Pictured (front row l-r Sadie Biondo, Lorenzo Flores DeBenedictis, Patrick Maloney, Susan Skellenger, back row l-r Sue Ploch, Media Specialist, Author Adam Gidwitz, Jennifer Cimaglia, Principal).

  • Pictured with the author (l-r) Billy Phillips, Maire Demsak, Kayla Stanton, author Jancee Dunn, Lia Gatto, Faith Newsome & Ben Drelick.

Hardyston Elementary School hosted a pajama party author visit with Jancee Dunn. Her picture book “I’m Afraid your Teddy is in Trouble” was shared with students in Pre-K to grade 2.

Hardyston Elementary School was the first stop for author Adam Gidwitz to promote his new series, Unicorn Rescue Society. Third- and fourth-grade students were entertained with a multimedia presentation including an entrance exam into the society. Students are looking forward reading the first title when it is released in April.

Both visits were courtesy of Sparta Books.

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