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Drop everything and read

April 4, 2016
Kelly L Roll
Cover image of Romona Quimby age 8

Beverly Cleary, the well known children’s author The Library of Congress designated as a living legend, will be turning 100 on April 12th. In previous years “Drop Everything and Read” programs have been held in libraries nationwide on April 12th in honor of Mrs. Cleary’s birthday, but why just celebrate her for a day? Instead, Cubberley has put up a display of books for the whole month honoring both Ms. Cleary as well as the spirit of Drop Everything and Read.

So drop your chores, your homework, your phones, your whatever and come to Cubberley and read  instead!

PS For those of you who teach or are just interested in additional resources check out There are several common core-aligned activity sheets for classroom use as well as stickers, bookmarks, etc.





Kelly Roll

Kelly L Roll

Operations Manager Cubberley Education Library