by Amaya B. 5th Grade
If you like books about magic adventure and cats this is ... read more
by Lori B. 6th Grade
It was an amazing story. I would definately reccomend this ... read more
by Josh P. 3rd Grade
great sequel to the first book. I think it was even better ... read more
by Matthew G. 3rd Grade
I recommend this book for someone who likes to laugh. Mr. ... read more
by Joseph W. 5th Grade
The book was epic! Humor and action. If you like this type ... read more
|Kohl S.||MDI Mushers||1110|
|Haile M.||The Monkeys||1110|
|Boss Blizzard .||Boss Blizzard||1110|
|DeSean .||Trailside Timberwolves||AK|
|Jalina M.||Mercer Malamutes||WI|
|Grace O.||Hanzlick's Warriors||KS|
|Avery A.||AAK Mushers|
»» Downeast Dog Scouts Troop 159 — Teams: Blue Hill Extreme Readers, ABS Mushers, The Purple Paws, Red Rangers, Juggernauts, Thunder Puppies, Turbo Tundra Dogs, The Hush Puppies, and The Reading Huskies
Since September 2007, the Downeast Dog Scouts, Troop 159 of the Dog Scouts of America, have served the Hancock County community through numerous projects and educational events. Troop members work locally to fulfill the Dog Scouts of America mission — to improve the lives of dogs, their owners, and society through humane education, positive training, and community involvement. The Downeast Dog Scouts come together on a regular basis to learn new things, socialize, and help in the community with their dogs.
In 2012, the Downeast Dog Scouts sponsored Idita-Read projects at the Blue Hill Library and the Tremont School. The project was a huge success, encouraging over 122,000 minutes of reading. In 2013, with support from the Hattie A. and Freddie C. Lynam Trust, the Downeast Dog Scouts are sponsoring Idita-Read Teams at the Ashley Bryan School on Islesford, Blue Hill Library, Frenchboro School, Northeast Harbor Library and the Tremont School.
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