Fratt Elementary teacher Emily Corr and her Title I reading students have written and illustrated “Follow Your Arrow,” a story that has a lot in common with the encouraging rhymes of Dr. Seuss.
The primary theme of the book is about pressing forward through the hard times to feel the sunshine again, and Corr said she based the story on a quote.
“In order for an arrow to go forward, it has to be pulled back.”
To read more about Corr, her students and “Follow Your Arrow,” click here.
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