Tag Archives: Phyllis Sutton

October 14

Book Clubs: The Struggle is Real by Phyllis Sutton and Jennifer Traub

I have always been a reader.    Well, not really.  When I look back over my reading life, I see huge gaps. I barely read in high school.  I specifically remember a class where I despised the assigned reading.  So I didn’t do any of it.  Instead, I completed every single extra credit option available, […]

December 19

Five + Fives = 2 Generations of Books to Share by Phyllis Sutton and Jen Traub

We are a family of readers.  My husband is an editor, and my eldest daughter is a teacher. It is not unusual for my middle daughter, when in the midst of a good book or series, to stay in bed all day reading.  And my youngest son is planning on getting a PhD in English […]

September 18

Authors are the Real Rockstars by Phyllis Sutton

Authors.   Writers.   Rockstars. Yes, Rockstars. I’ve seen them change the way we look at our world.   My students and I hold authors dear to our hearts.  We speak of Jacqueline Woodson as a friend, “Do you remember what Jacqueline Woodson wrote in Each Kindness?”  “What do you think Jacqueline Woodson wants you […]