Author Dana Alison Levy Virtually Visits CRS

Author Dana Alison Levy Zoomed with Grades 7/8 on Friday, September 18 to discuss her novel, "It Wasn't Me." All seventh- and eighth-grades students read the book, which was chosen as a Publishers Weekly Best Book and an Amazon Editor's Pick, for their summer reading.

On her website, https://danaalisonlevy.com, Levy describes the book as "The Breakfast Club meets middle school mystery in this story of six very different seventh graders forced together in the aftermath of a vandalism incident." CRS students discussed the writing process with her and uncovered themes in the book during the virtual visit.
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