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READING CHALLENGE: Preschoolers complete 1,000 Book Club program

August 27, 2014

True Shafer (right) was presented with a book bag, reading patches and a book of her choice after reading 1,000 books. True celebrates her accomplishment with her mother Crystal.

COLUMBIA CITY — Peabody Public Library recently announced several preschoolers who have completed the 1,000 book reading challenge. The library offered children a series of books to be read with their parents. Preschoolers most recently completing the challenge include Daniel James, Trevor Sutton, True Shafer and Charlotte Misiora for reading or listening to 1,000 books.

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