Published On: Fri, Jul 26th, 2013

“Dig into Reading” program looks at worms

The “Dig into Reading” Summer Reading Program at the Qualla Boundary Public Library looked at worms and how they are beneficial to plants on Thursday, July 25.  Students read Diary of a Worm, a funny story telling what it’s like to be a worm.  Program participants are shown (left-right) TIvan Saunooke, Walika Sexton, Dion Bailey, Eva Welch, Kyle Herndon and Tia Panther with Sarah McClellan-Welch and Alexandria Herndon in the background.  The top reader for the week was Tia Panther and the top teen reader was Madeline Welch. (Photo by Robin Swayney/Qualla Library)

The “Dig into Reading” Summer Reading Program at the Qualla Boundary Public Library looked at worms and how they are beneficial to plants on Thursday, July 25. Students read Diary of a Worm, a funny story telling what it’s like to be a worm. Program participants are shown (left-right) TIvan Saunooke, Walika Sexton, Dion Bailey, Eva Welch, Kyle Herndon and Tia Panther with Sarah McClellan-Welch and Alexandria Herndon in the background. The top reader for the week was Tia Panther and the top teen reader was Madeline Welch. (Photo by Robin Swayney/Qualla Library)

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