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One Book, One Community

I am so excited to join forces with Sunday McAdams and Seymour ISD in their "One Book, One Community" program. Please check out the article below that explains the program. I am here to help in whatever you need. Let's show the big cities that small towns support literacy too! ONE Book ONE Community Seymour, TX Have you been looking for a good book to read? If the answer is yes, please join Seymour High School juniors and seniors and the Baylor County Public Library in reading The Glass Castle. The entire community is urged to read the title between October 1 – November 9, create meaningful discussions when possible, and then view the newly released movie on Saturday, November 10th @ 8 p.m. at the City of Seymour Cinema. One Book, One Community is a reading program that promises to captivate readers from young adults to seniors, all while reading the same title. The program is primarily conducted in larger cities, but let’s show the world that small towns in Texas can read too! The Friends of the Library have generously donated 25 copies of The Glass Castle to be checked out at the Baylor County Public Library, so check a copy out today. For more information on this exciting reading opportunity and to see a summary of The Glass Castle visit the county library’s web site/Facebook page or the high school’s web site/Facebook page. You can also call Jessica Myers at 889-2007 or Sunday McAdams at 889-0140.

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