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Monday, May 28, 2012

Weaverworld now in local school librairies

One of my goals as a writer is to encourage young people to love books and reading. To this end, I'm making "Weaverworld: Grimsnipe's Revenge" available to the elementary schools in the Brome-Missisquoi area where I live so that every child, regardless of circumstances, will be able to read it.

Lisa Bates receives her copy of the book
on behalf of Heroes' Memorial in Cowansville

Amber Edgington (centre) and her reading coach
Claire Kerrigan from Knowlton Academy

Rebecca Enright from Farnham Elementary


  1. Sutton & Bedford didn't received a copy?

    1. Yes, Sutton was invited to receive a copy but the representative was not there to get it so no picture was taken. I will amend my post to explain this. As for Bedford, unfortunately we did not hear from them this year and there were no entries made to the Brome Bright Lights Contest. If someone from the school were to contact me I would be pleased to provide a copy for their library also. Have them contact me by email at jkrohan@gmail.com. Thank you for your interest.