Where do you like to read?


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What’s your favorite place to dig into a good book? Some like the bathtub, the train, or in bed. Others like to go outdoors and sit under a tree, or lay in the sun at the beach.

Stephen Megison

Stephen Megison, extreme reader and science teacher at Trinity Christian Academy.

Some prefer more extreme places like Stephen Megison who is part of the “Where Do You Read?” program at Trinity Christian Academy.

Let us know your favorite place to indulge and get lost in a book!