Bookends: Readathon scheduled at the Bookworm

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Posted: Sunday, May 11, 2014 12:00 am

The Bookworm in Countryside Village, 87th and Pacific Streets, is holding the Indies First Storytime Day and Teacher Day readathon on Saturday.

Author-readers scheduled to take part: Mark Hobson and Molly Hobson, “Raindrop,” 11:30a.m.; Kathy Rygg, “Animal Andy,” noon; JoAnn Bennett-Boltinghouse, “Yolanda Baby,” 12:30 p.m.; Kirk Vaughn-Robinson, “The Chorus of the Forest,” 1 p.m.; Toni Morehouse, “Junie's Unicorn Horn,” 1:30 p.m.; Jim Solheim, “The Only Alex Addleston in All These Mountains,” 2 p.m.; Bruce Arant, “Simpson's Sheep Won't Go to Sleep!” 2:30p.m.; Nancy Sharp Wagner, her newest novel, 3p.m.; and “K.C. Snow, “BookBugz Adventures, 3:30 p.m.

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