Book club helps mothers and daughters strengthen ties

From left, Susan Acree, teacher and founder of the club; Madison White, seventh-grader; Jeannine Toomey, teacher; Teresa Rotter and daughter Taylor Rotter, sixth-grader, meet in the Lewis and Clark Media Center for their monthly Mother/Daughter Book Club. They discussed “The Chosen One” by Carol Lynch Williams.

From left, Susan Acree, teacher and founder of the club; Madison White, seventh-grader; Jeannine Toomey, teacher; Teresa Rotter and daughter Taylor Rotter, sixth-grader, meet in the Lewis and Clark Media Center for their monthly Mother/Daughter Book Club. They discussed “The Chosen One” by Carol Lynch Williams. Photo by Deborah Cote.

Seated intimately around a Lewis and Clark Middle School library table in a cozy corner, teachers, mothers and young ladies discussed their latest book of the month, “The Chosen One,” by Carol Lynch Williams.

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“I thought the writing was really good; it kept moving,” said teacher Jeannine Toomey. “There were some parts I couldn’t read fast enough.”

When Toomey brought up a shocking part of the storyline, the others met with understanding groans and “ohs.”

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