Lenihan students celebrate publishing books with a party


Students at Lenihan Intermediate School hold up books published by their fellow classmates on the original 13 colonies. The Route 66 neighborhood at Lenihan had a publishing party to read other’s books on December 22.

The Lenihan Intermediate School Route 66 neighborhood held a publishing party on December 22 to celebrate printing their own books.

After researching the original 13 colonies, students wrote an expository non-fiction book as part of literacy class. During the party, students read each other’s books and wrote comments on the books. Popcorn was also served at the party.

“The students seemed to enjoy reading each other’s books and eating popcorn,” said teacher Shanna Goos.