Morristown ‘Two Little Lost Squirrels’ Classroom Pen Book

MORRISTOWN, New York (WWNY) – Addition, subtraction, art class – and for a Morristown sophomore class, becoming authors. Mrs. TInaMarie Hawes’ second year class carried out their assignment to publication. “Two Little Lost Squirrels” is

MORRISTOWN, New York (WWNY) – Addition, subtraction, art class – and for a Morristown sophomore class, becoming authors.

Mrs. TInaMarie Hawes’ second year class carried out their assignment to publication.

“Two Little Lost Squirrels” is the story of a squirrel brother and sister, trying to find their way home.

The students worked together, each creating a writing page and a drawing.

“The students were so excited to share not only the finished product with us, but also the editing process, the artwork. How they came up with the ideas, how they chose the names,” said Staci Vaughn, superintendent of the Morristown School.

“So the students were very excited to share that, and I think the most meaningful part for me was seeing their enthusiasm.”

The book was dedicated to the headmaster of the school, David Doe, who will retire at the end of the year.

“It means a lot,” Doe said.

And that’s not the last we’ll hear about the lost squirrels.

“I will more than likely have these students again in two years,” Hawes said. “So we’ve already talked about a sequel.”

To order the book: www.studenttreess.com/ordercopies and enter the PIN code 8130224.

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