Students rocking and reading in Edmonds this weekend

Tanner Davenport, ASB President at Meadowdale High School, and Cyndi Hansen from Edmonds-Woodway High School settle in for their Rock 'n Readathon shift. (Photos by Amber Salinas)

Edmonds Woodway and Meadowdale High School students started their half-hour reading shifts in the Edmonds Bookshop Friday, part of the 55-hour Rock ‘n Read Marathon celebrating Dr. Seuss’ birthday. People invited to stop by and donate new and gently used children’s’ books for the Edmonds Food Bank. The readathon goes until 5 p.m. Sunday.

Edmonds City Council President Strom Peterson also took a shift, reading with his dog Lulu.

 

2 Replies to “Students rocking and reading in Edmonds this weekend”

  1. Okay, Lulu, when you read the book to Strom, he likes accents & best use small words he can understand.

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