Pierce County learns how to ‘Grunt’ in harmony

Reading together never fails to draw parents and children closer, setting them free to enjoy Pooh or Potter in a safe space of pajamas and pillows. Adult relationships are similarly deepened when book-club friends discuss Capote or Kingsolver over coffee and cookies.

Why stop there? A shared reading experience can have an invigorating effect on an entire community. South Sound book lovers have unwrapped this gift for 10 straight years during the Pierce County Reads program each spring.

-The News Tribune, April 25, 2017

 

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