Bevy of Books

Local elementary school receives literacy grant

Hannah LaClaire Books on display at the first day of "The Year of the Book." Thanks to a $25,000 grant, students in grades two through five will take home 10 news books this year.
Hannah LaClaire Duncan McDougall imitates walking on a wire, while reading a story to fourth and fifth graders.
Hannah LaClaire Students look through books at Dr. Crisp Elementary. Thanks to a $25,000 grant, students in grades two through five will take home 10 news books this year.
Hannah LaClaire Duncan McDougall, executive director of the Childrens Literacy Foundation, asks students what kinds of books they like to read.
Hannah LaClaire Students look through books at Dr. Crisp Elementary. Thanks to a $25,000 grant, students in grades two through five will take home 10 news books this year.
Hannah LaClaire Students and organizers at Dr. Crisp Elementary with their new books, courtesy of the Childrens Literacy Foundation.

NASHUA – As the fourth and fifth graders at Dr. Crisp Elementary School filed into the gym Wednesday morning, their eyes grew wide and there were whispers of “books … so many books!”

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