BEAUFORT COUNTY SCHOOLS | CONTRIBUTED CPS BOOK EXCHANGE: Chocowinity Primary School students line up to drop off gently used books that will be featured as part of the upcoming book exchange, planned for June 3. Among them is fourth grade student ShaDajiah Brown, who is hoping to find some exciting books for summer reading. For each book they turn in, CPS students may choose one "new" title to add to their home library. Last year's inaugural book exchange proved to be an overwhelming success, according to CPS reading specialist Paula Cox.
BEAUFORT COUNTY SCHOOLS | CONTRIBUTED
CPS BOOK EXCHANGE: Chocowinity Primary School students line up to drop off gently used books that will be featured as part of the upcoming book exchange, planned for June 3. Among them is fourth grade student ShaDajiah Brown, who is hoping to find some exciting books for summer reading. For each book they turn in, CPS students may choose one "new" title to add to their home library. Last year's inaugural book exchange proved to be an overwhelming success, according to CPS reading specialist Paula Cox.

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CPS Book Exchange

Published 8:42pm Thursday, May 22, 2014

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