Assuming that this passes muster with the folks at the county library, the following will be our summer reading record. The theme this year is One World, Many Stories. Huntingdon County kids will be able to keep track of the books they read and the time they spend reading with images from stories taken form from every continent except Antarctica. For those keeping score:
The path is actually the body of Quetzalcoatl (Meso-American myths). We have the monkey King (China), Robinson Crusoe (Europe), Old Coyote learns a song from Locust (Native American myth), Sinbad (Middle East), three Billy Goat Gruff and the Troll under the bridge (Norwegian), how kangaroo got her pouch from the great god Byamee (Australia), Anasi in his web (Africa), the Tortoise and the Hare (Greece),the little Mermaid (Denmark) and Toad from Frog and Toad (US), The Chilean Yeti called The Beast with its paralyzing smell (Chile), a dung beetle rolling the sun across the sky (Egypt), an alien (Mars) and my bees from Clan Apis (if I’m doing this for free, I’m going to grab some glory…).