OUR NEWS

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Northeastern University's Sport in Society to present leadership program to NHS athletes

September 9 at 7pm

Natick's own Dan Lebowitz, Executive Director of Northeastern University's ground breaking Sport in Society, will be speaking to Natick athletes and their parents and coaches.  

For Sport in Society's website, go HERE.

To see Dan Lebowitz, watch video at right.

Featured Books

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Daring Greatly, by Brene Brown Phd

For Parents and Teens

Insights on how to embrace vulnerability and imperfection and parent with wholeheartedness.

For info on the book on Goodreads, go HERE.

For Brene Brown's website, go HERE.

For Brene Brown's TED talk on the power of vulnerability (amazing) go HERE.

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Wonder, by RJ Palacio

For Late Elementary through Adult

 

For info on the book on Goodreads, go HERE.

For RJ Palacio's website, go HERE.

The story of Auggie Pullman, who was born with a severe facial anomaly.  Filled with humor, it is a story about courage, resiliency and the power of kindness.

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The Junk Yard Wonders, by Patricia Polacco

Grades 3 & up

Chrysanthemum, by Kevin Henkes

Preschool through Grade 2

 

Based upon the author's childhood, this is a story about how genius is found in surprising places and people.

For info on the book on Goodreads, go HERE.

For Patricia Polacco's website, go HERE.


 

A funny and lighthearted stry about learning to embrace one's originality with the help of an adult ally.

For info on the book on Goodreads, go HERE.

For Kevin Henkes' website, go HERE.