Airborne in a Kayak

Who says kayaks need water?

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Ellie and Landon were visiting Potholes State Park  in eastern Washington when their parents took this photo! Yes, the car was at a complete stop and nobody was harmed in the making of this photo!

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On another trip they visited Mt. St. Helens. This is the famous volcano near Portland, Oregon that blew its top in 1980 and destroyed hundreds of miles of forest land. Now, the area 33 years later, is a volcanic national monument with thousands of visitor walking the scenic trails or climbing the crater rim.

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When he’s not reading Laura Joffe Numeroff books, Jalen like to read spooky stories and books about animals. You will have lots to choose from in the new library.

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Different than her brother, Ariana is reading non-fiction (read facts) book. Does anyone know what book she is reading? Leave me a comment and let me know.

Many thanks to Ellie, Landon, Jalen and Ariana’s families for participating in our Super Summer Reading program this summer!

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What place did you visit this summer?

What interesting fact did you learn?

 

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Airborne in a Kayak

  1. Dear Mrs Hembree,

    What great photos of your wonderful bull dog readers reading. They alway amaze me with where they are reading.

    I am looking forward to reading more for today is the last day of winter here down under. However in saying this it has been such a beautiful warm day.
    Hope you have had a wonderful holiday Mrs Hembree.

    Take care.
    From your blogging pal down under,
    AA 🙂

    • Dear AA,
      I hope the weather warms quickly for you. We have had so many hot and humid days here that it’s not fun being inside working when I want to be outside playing.

      The new library is mostly set up. I have some finetuning to do make it look really good, but it will work for the moment! Stop by again next week for a video tour on the blog!

      My best to your family and big hellos to BB!
      Your librarian friend,
      Mrs. Hembree

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