SUMMER STORYTELLING IN LUNENBURG -- "And you know what happened next?" said Simon Brooks, a storyteller who was at the Lunenburg School on July 22, who kept his audience captivated. Whether it was the Big Bad Wolf, or a character from the exotic land of Persia, Simon kept the students listening with baited breath. For visiting students who were at summer school, as well as their friends and cousins, Simon brought an ample supply of free books from the Children's Literacy Foundation (CLiF) and plenty of new vocabulary.
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