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Cabell Reading Council to Feature Local Authors at Holiday Mall Event Monday, December 10
Featured authors include Barbara Carlton, Nichols Elementary principal and author of “My Grammie Told Me So”; Robin L. Ramey, Instructional Coach and author of “Butternut Moon”; Hannah Tomes, 5th Grade student author; and others.
The event will conclude with the reading of a Christmas story by Cabell County Schools Superintendent, William Smith. The first 40 children who arrive will receive a free a book.