Second graders were privileged to meet the author of The Buddy Files series, Dori Butler, via Skype this week. Her books have been some of the most circulated books in the library for the last two years, and they were a fun choice for a second grade book club. She told us about her real dog "Mouse" who was the inspiration for her mysteries. We learned about her writing process and the time she spends writing her books. She answered our questions and showed us what the Japanese version of her books looks like. We are so excited to learn that she is working on her next series about a haunted library. The comment that I heard over and over..."She was so nice!" Authors who take the time to visit with students really inspire them as readers and writers!
Buddy's "twin sister" (My golden retriever, Annie) came to school to listen to second graders read their favorite parts of some of the books. She L-O-V-E-S to listen to children read!
Buddy Files on PhotoPeach
One second grader discovered the Buddy Files books on our Overdrive e-book library. He downloaded it to read at home. I'm hoping that he will inspire some other friends to explore the great e-books available here!