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Students and teachers open up to wide world of reading

photo by Riona Garner
Grab a book: There are plenty of books to choose from in the McEachern media center. Both students and teachers can get invested in a book. Sometimes, while reading, it is just hard to find a stopping point because some people become so invested in a book. “I have varied emotions.," administrator Myra Camese said. "Sometimes I’d be happy, sad, laughing."

by Riona Garner, Staff Writer

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