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 Sara Struthers reads ‘Slowly, Slowly, Slowly Said the Sloth’ with Hillcrest Elementary students (from left) Cassidy Letroy, 9, Sophie Struthers, 9, and Maddie Struthers, 6, on Monday afternoon as part of an                 initiative called DEAR (Drop Everything And Read). On Oct. 22, teacher librarians throughout the Surrey and Delta school districts encouraged students, teachers and parents to read for 15 minutes in celebration of     National School Library Day.  -  EVAN SEAL / THE LEADER
Sara Struthers reads ‘Slowly, Slowly, Slowly Said the Sloth’ with Hillcrest Elementary students (from left) Cassidy Letroy, 9, Sophie Struthers, 9, and Maddie Struthers, 6, on Monday afternoon as part of an initiative called DEAR (Drop Everything And Read). On Oct. 22, teacher librarians throughout the Surrey and Delta school districts encouraged students, teachers and parents to read for 15 minutes in celebration of National School Library Day.
— image credit: EVAN SEAL / THE LEADER

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