NEW BOOKS FOR STRATFORD STUDENTS -- Students in grades 1-2 at Stratford Public School display their new books, courtesy of CLiF (Children's Literacy Foundation): from left, Brody Gingue, Dellanie Corliss and Malik Remeriez. On Dec. 16, Duncan McDougall, director of CLiF, visited the school, told stories and gave away books. Each student got 2 free books for their home library, and each library, both at the school and in town, received $1000 worth of free books.
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