Logan reads masterfully on Latham’s Virtual Storytime

September 22, 2020

Latham Centers’ Virtual Storytime participants were so fortunate to have Logan read to them recently. Logan is by far one of the most energetic students who joins us on Storytime. He regularly asks guest readers insightful questions, including his favorite: “How did you become an advocate for PWS?” Because of Logan, we learn why our special readers continue to be engaged in the PWS community. When he was our featured Storytime reader, he flawlessly read Me and My Dragon by David Biedrzycki, whizzing through the pages.

We asked Logan a few questions about his experience.

  • What do you like about Storytime? I get to listen to stories from guest speakers, celebrities, and people like me.

  • Do you feel like you have a larger community now? Yes!

  • What do you like about the Storytime community? I like to interact with people that have the same disability as me, which is PWS. I am so happy that I get to make real friends with people that are the same as me.

  • Did you like the book you read? Why did you like it? Yes, I read the book Me and My Dragon. It was about a boy who wanted a pet, not just any ordinary pet but a dragon. I like this book because it reminds me of Dungeons and Dragons, which I love these types of books.

  • What is a really fun fact about you that the people reading this blog around the world should know? I am a military kid and I have lived in five states to include Nevada, New Jersey, Texas, Kentucky, and Maryland.

  • What are you really good at? Building puzzles and models. I am a good dancer, artist, and good at swimming.

  • Did you learn anything from the experience of reading? Did you feel like a leader? This experience has allowed me to build more confidence when speaking to others. Yes, I felt like a leader by being responsible for reading the story this day and I had to have the ability to answer questions about the story.

Congratulations, Logan, on a great reading!

 

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