Summer Reading for Maker Kids

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I was reminded recently of The Swiss Family Robinson (free), a book which I never read, but whose treehouse at Disneyland I loved–all those pulleys and bridges and funny little rooms. It got me to thinking about summer reading and what I would recommend to young makers who’d like to take a break from making, curl up under a tree or teepee to read about characters like them.

Pippa Davies @PippaDavies ‘s insight:

Reading about being creative, and going on a journey is always conducive to #makered.  Encourage your students to read some of these great classics over the summer!  Who knows where this might lead?  Thanks for sharing Natalie!

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