Congratulations to my friends at
Walter Jackson Elementary School
for reading 8,074 minutes this summer!
Each participant received a bookmark with my picture on it for reading, reading, reading this summer!
Josie, Carter, and Christopher read the most minutes in their age divisions, so I sent them motorcycle club t-shirts.
Stella read the most minutes in the WHOLE school, so I gave the library an entire set of my books in her name!
Congratulations and thanks to everyone at Walter Jackson for helping me
help kids read more! Visit again soon to see where I have been and
what I have been up to this summer.
Ride safe and read lots!
If your school is interested in participating in my
Summer Reading Challenge next year,
please contact Mommy at firstname.lastname@example.org
What a ride we had at Walter Jackson Elementary School!
We sold 50 books so the school library received $50 dollars from me AND Mr. McDonald had to eat my birthday cake recipe...peanut butter, green beans, cheese and DOG FOOD! I helped him eat it and it was YUMMY!
Mommy said not to forget the thank yous so here they are...
Big Doggy thanks to Walter Jackson Elementary teachers, staff , students and parents,
especially Mrs. Reese, Mr. McDonald and Mrs. Young
Thanks for providing Mommy with a bike to take me riding Allsports Powersports!
Thank you Hutto Printing for making me look so handsome on the
posters, flyers and bookmarks
Thank you NCC, Decatur Animal Services, Art Thrash and the Decatur Hot Air Balloon, Decatur Public Library, Walter Jackson PTA and Hope Place
for helping make the event so much fun!
Special thanks to the Blankenship family, the Rogers family, the McDonald family
and Grandpa and Grandma too!
READ READ READ READ READ READ READ READ READ!
Licks and kisses,
Mommy left wearing her riding gear and came back smelling like motorcycles. I sure hope she takes me for a ride soon!
It's been such a long day I passed out in Mommy's seat while she stowed our bags. I think we might be going to Alabama because the air is beginning to smell like Alabama!
Mommy found me! I'm at the airport with Grandma and Grandpa. I'm not sure where I'm going, but I'm ready to fly!
is a seven-year-old Shih Tzu