Friday, May 4, 2007

What Will The 'State Book' Of Massachusetts Be? (And Should We Really Let A Bunch Of Fifth Graders Decide?)

Students from a fifth-grade social studies class in Pittsfield are teaming up with state Representative Christopher N. Speranzo to make Moby-Dick the official state book.
What do you think the state book should be? Join the discussion at the Boston Globe's book blog.

In related news, New York City schoolboys voted in favor of making Spider-Man the state arachnid.