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Bookmobile visits Leighton Elementary

The Bookmobile recently visited Leighton Elementary School as it prepared to visit many Oswego children throughout the summer.
All Leighton students were able to check out the bus and see the possible books they can take home for the summer. Books may be kept or exchanged during a Bookmobile visit around the city throughout July and August. Students also learned about activities offered with the Libraries Rock summer reading theme and the Bookmobile schedule.
Students were encouraged to visit the Bookmobile this summer to select a free book, snack and fun activities which can be returned for prizes. In a show of appreciation, several children presented thank you notes and cards.

Preschoolers at Leighton Elementary were excited to walk
onto the Bookmobile and see the many books on the shelves.
During the recent visit, all students were invited to take a free
book home to enjoy over summer break.

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