Author speaks to students at DWMS

Reading can be fun and Diamond Willow Middle School proved that by inviting author Lorna Shultz Nicholson as a guest speaker on Oct. 28.

Guest speaker and author Lorna Schultz Nicholson reads to students of DWMS from one of her many books.

Reading can be fun and Diamond Willow Middle School proved that by inviting author Lorna Shultz Nicholson as a guest speaker on Oct. 28. Nicholson spoke to the students in the school about what she writes, how she writes and her knowledge on the topics she chooses.

Nicholson animatedly read pieces from her books to the crowd of students and had them intrigued from when she started until she closed the cover.

She also had a Powerpoint presentation of her experiences and her written pieces to show the students.

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