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Local children helping break world record


Fort St. John is getting a chance to be a part of the Guinness Book of World Records history.

The city, along with the rest of Canada, will try to break the record of most children reading with an adult.

Robert Ogilvie Principal Lucy Gibson says five Robert Munsch books were chosen for the event.

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The Fort St. John Literacy Society is also taking part.

Christine Bourgeois is helping plan the event.
She’s asking anyone who is interested to pre-register.

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To pre-register call Christine at 250-785-2110.

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