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The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind
Creating Currents of Electricity and Hope
by William Kamkwamba
Hear the author speak
April 11, 2011 Black Box Theatre
How to participate
Get the book Check out The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind at the library or buy your own copy.
Read Between now and April 2011, join students, faculty, and staff in reading the book.
Join in discussions.
Meet the author on campus.
Contribute to our online discussion group on Ning.
For more information, visit the EdCC Community Read website here.
Why a book read at EdCC?
Each year, the campus and community come together to read one book in order to:
- Build community through a common intellectual experience.
- Promote literacy across the campus and community through the adoption of thoughtful, noteworthy works of literature or scholarship.
- Offer faculty an opportunity to invigorate curriculum with vital issues and great ideas.
- Enrich the lives of students, faculty, staff and the people of South Snohomish County.