International Dot Day Enters Eighth Year

On September 15, nearly 6 million people will be participating in International Dot Day, a global celebration of creativity based on The Dot (Candlewick, 2003) by Peter H. Reynolds. According to the book’s creator, the designated activity for the day is quite simple. All one has to do is to read the book and express yourself in any way you are inspired to. The book is the story of Vashti, who, by making a simple dot on a piece of paper, is led on a journey of self-discovery. Oh, and you can celebrate for as many days as you like. No need to limit the self-enlightenment to September 15.

Read more at School Library Journal.

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