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St. Benedict student Daniel Melchior has difficulty choosing from a pile of books that interest him.

October 3, 2011 - St. Benedict Book Club got the school year off to a good start by taking a field trip to Chapters Book Store for their first meeting. Each student hunted for a book that interested him or her to read for the next book club meeting. Rather than having every student read the same book, students were encouraged to talk about different titles, as it stimulates interest in the others to read the new novels discussed. Nicholas Ryma is keen about history and said, "I bought a book about WWII scientists", while Matthew Poloni said, "I'm so happy to have something to read for the weekend".



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