Families gather for Read Across America Day in Edmonds

Lisa Nakamura of the Edmonds Center for the Arts reads to children at Revelation's Yogurt Saturday.

Lisa Nakamura of the Edmonds Center for the Arts reads to children at Revelation’s Yogurt Saturday.

Edmonds author Kizzie Jones reads from her book, ‘How Dachshunds Came to Be: A Tall Tale About a Short Long Dog."

Edmonds author Kizzie Jones shows a picture from her book, ‘How Dachshunds Came to Be: A Tall Tale About a Short Long Dog.”

Children and their parents gathered at Revelations Yogurt in downtown Edmonds Saturday to listen to local educators and elected officials reading their favorite children’s books during a day-long Read Across America celebration sponsored by the Edmonds Education Association and the Edmonds Public Schools Foundation. The day, timed to coincide with birthday of Dr. Seuss, also served as a fundraiser for Edmonds School District libraries.

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  1. Super. Revelations gets an A-plus.

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