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Forest Celebrates Earth Day With A Book Swap


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Book SwapOn Tuesday, more than 80 students at Forest Avenue elementary school participated in an Earth Day book swap by bringing gently used books to school.

The event was called “Give a Book, Take a Book” and was designed to encourage reusing and sharing books with friends. Students wrote letters with book reviews to include with the books that they turned in.

Ann Marie Ruggiero’s kindergarten brought the most books to the book swap and won two books for their effort, “When Is It Great to Turn Green? – An Environment Q & A Book” and “Thump, Quack, Moo – A Wacky Adventure”.

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