Reader’s of the Week!

Young readers across Hope are building their cognitive muscles.

Reader's of the week Kaitlyn Brown

The Build It! Summer Reading Club 2015 is proud to present the Hope Library Reader’s of the Week — yes, there are two this week:

Jessica Dobson, aged four, is a voracious reader and lists Cinderella as her top recommendation for a good book to get lost in this summer.

On her reasons for choosing the classic fairytale, the young page turner had one thing to say:

“It had a pretty blue princess dress.”

The Club is also proud to present Kaitlyn Brown, aged six, as the Hope Library Reader of the Week.

Kaitlyn chose Nate the Great as her top pick for summer reading and had one thing to say about her choice of literature:

“There were lots of cats!”

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