Superintendent Award - Falls Village

Emily Hennessey Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

FALLS VILLAGE — Emily Hennessey, recipient of the 2011 Superintendent Award for the Lee H. Kellogg School, reads novels and stories by Ray Bradbury, Stephen King and anything that can be described as “creepy stuff.”

And she admits to the guilty pleasure of “tweeny love stories” — young adult fiction.

“They’re bad but I love them,” she said.

She draws the line at the teen/vampire subgenre, however.

“I read ‘Twilight’ and regretted it,” she said in her pull-no-punches style.

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