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Washington teacher hands out books in Dixon

Published: Thursday, April 24, 2014 1:15 a.m. CST
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(Alex T. Paschal/apaschal@saukvalley.com)
Washington Elementary School first-grade teacher Jenny Brown (left) offers a book to parent Fran Khawaja on Wednesday afternoon in Dixon. Brown is recognizing World Book Night by handing out copies of the book "Miss Darcy Falls in Love" to those who don't normally read, or fliers to avid readers. The flier outlines how one can help give out books next year.
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(Alex T. Paschal/apaschal@saukvalley.com)
Erica Diaz (right) accepts a flier from Washintgon School teacher Jenny Brown Wednesday afternoon outside of the school. Brown is recognizing World Book Night by handing out copies of the book "Miss Darcy Falls in Love" to those who don't normally read or fliers to avid readers. The flier outlined how one can help give out books next year.
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(Alex T. Paschal/apaschal@saukvalley.com)
Amy Tate of Dixon takes a flier from Washington School teacher Jenny Brown Wednesday afternoon oitside of the school. Brown is recognizing World Book Night by handing out copies of the book "Miss Darcy Falls in Love" to those who don't normally read or fliers to avid readers. The flier outlined how one can help give out books next year.

Washington School teacher Jenny Brown recognized World Book Night by handing out copies of the book "Miss Darcy Falls in Love" to those who don't normally read or fliers to avid readers. The flier outlined how one can help give out books next year.

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