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What is a Reading Path?


For available Reading Paths, please click on each link below.  (And for general information on the Reading Path, please click on the link above!)


Angelou, Maya                         I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings

Armstrong, Lance                    It's Not about the Bike

Blixen, Karen (Isak Dinesen)   Out of Africa

Bragg, Rick                              All Over but the Shoutin'

Chatto, James                         The Greek for Love

Child, Julia                               My Life in France

Conway, Jill Ker                       The Road from Coorain

Dillard, Annie                           An American Childhood

Frank, Anne                             Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl

Gildiner, Catherine                  Too Close to the Falls

Goodwin, Doris Kearns            Wait till Next Year

Grogan, John                          Marley and Me

Karr, Mary                               The Liar's Club

Krakauer, Jon                          Into Thin Air

Mayes, Frances                       Under the Tuscan Sun

McBride, James                       The Color of Water

McCourt, Frank                       Angela's Ashes

Mowat, Claire                         Travels with Farley

Munro, Sheila                         Lives of Mothers and Daughters

Ondaatje, Michael                  Running in the Family

Sebold, Alice                          Lucky

Walls, Jeannette                   The Glass Castle

Williams, Donna                    Nobody Nowhere


These Reading Paths have been created with the brainstorming help of various workshop groups in Southern Ontario.


Maureen O'Connor/WordsWorthy/Connecting Books and Readers/ maureen@wordsworthy.com


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