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A race to read the written word

 

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Evergreen Elementary School student Lily Younce reads a book Friday morning during "Read the Most Coast to Coast," an annual event that promotes reading nationwide. Students read as many books as they could during the day, including a "power hour" where parents and family were invited to participate. Students completed Accelerated Reader quizzes on the books they read, and progress was tracked by Renaissance Learning. This year's total saw 4,173,153 books read across the United States, down from last year's record-breaking total which was just shy of 5 million.

Evergreen Elementary School student Lily Younce reads a book Friday morning during "Read the Most Coast to Coast," an annual event that promotes reading nationwide. Students read as many books as they could during the day, including a "power hour" where parents and family were invited to participate. Students completed Accelerated Reader quizzes on the books they read, and progress was tracked by Renaissance Learning. This year's total saw 4,173,153 books read across the United States, down from last year's record-breaking total which was just shy of 5 million.

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