Happy Faces at Wyoming Reads
Wow, what a day! They say a picture is worth a thousand words, so we collected a few from today’s Wyoming Reads celebration.
Kudos to the Sue Jorgensen Library Foundation for making this event possible with the help of library staff, volunteers, and donors from across Wyoming. Their work and generosity put a picture book to keep in the hands of every first grader in the state today.
Laughter and learning at Natrona County Library in Casper.
Students at the Casper Wyoming Reads outside on a sunny day.
Happy student at the Casper Wyoming Reads celebration.
Getting ready for the day at Laramie County Library in Cheyenne. Left to right: Tekla Slider, Abby Beaver, and Angie Wolff, all from the State Library, and Robin Papaleka from Laramie County Library.
The cast of Good Queen Sue for Wyoming Reads at East High School in Cheyenne.
The State Library’s WYLD Office Manager Desiree Saunders in action, reading to a rapt crowd.
WSL Collections Technician Angie Wolff reading “Do Not Bring Your Dragon to the Library” to students from Trinity Lutheran School.
Cheyenne Mayor Marion Orr reading at Laramie County Library.
Happiness is getting a book to take home! At Laramie County Library in Cheyenne.
Sheridan County Fulmer Library children’s librarian Michelle Havenga reads to a crowd. The library hosted nearly 380 first graders.
Happy crowd at the Sheridan County Fulmer Library.
Reading at Carbon County Library in Rawlins.
Green River High School students helped out in some of the skits at Sweetwater County Library System’s Wyoming Reads event.
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