James River Readers: Blueberries for Sal by Robert McCluskey


Today, Penelope and Sarah are reading “Blueberries for Sal”, a Caldecott Medal- winning children’s book by Robert McCluskey. Join us at 10am on Thursdays for live Zoom story time, and check back here for video recording of the stories. If you have stories that you’d like us to read, or you’d like to read with us, please let us know, and thanks for joining us!


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