Keeping kids reading


Mike Ullery | Daily Call Piqua City Schools teacher Kiley Taylor, right, helps Maliya Chambers, 7, and her sister Adrianna, 6, select books from the Piqua City Schools Book Mobile during a stop at Kiwanis Park on Thursday. Taylor, a graduate of Northmont High School is beginning her first year as a teacher. She will be at Piqua Central Intermediate School.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Piqua City Schools teacher Kiley Taylor, right, helps Maliya Chambers, 7, and her sister Adrianna, 6, select books from the Piqua City Schools Book Mobile during a stop at Kiwanis Park on Thursday. Taylor, a graduate of Northmont High School is beginning her first year as a teacher. She will be at Piqua Central Intermediate School.


Contributed photo by Leslie Mitchell A young student reads one of her books, checked out from the Piqua City Schools Book Mobile, as she waits for the arrival of the Salvation Army Summer Feeding Program truck to arrive.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Piqua City Schools teacher Kiley Taylor, right, helps Maliya Chambers, 7, and her sister Adrianna, 6, select books from the Piqua City Schools Book Mobile during a stop at Kiwanis Park on Thursday. Taylor, a graduate of Northmont High School is beginning her first year as a teacher. She will be at Piqua Central Intermediate School.

Contributed photo by Leslie Mitchell

A young student reads one of her books, checked out from the Piqua City Schools Book Mobile, as she waits for the arrival of the Salvation Army Summer Feeding Program truck to arrive.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Piqua City Schools teacher Kiley Taylor, right, helps Maliya Chambers, 7, and her sister Adrianna, 6, select books from the Piqua City Schools Book Mobile during a stop at Kiwanis Park on Thursday. Taylor, a graduate of Northmont High School is beginning her first year as a teacher. She will be at Piqua Central Intermediate School.
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2017/08/web1_080317mju_pcs_-bookmobile.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call Piqua City Schools teacher Kiley Taylor, right, helps Maliya Chambers, 7, and her sister Adrianna, 6, select books from the Piqua City Schools Book Mobile during a stop at Kiwanis Park on Thursday. Taylor, a graduate of Northmont High School is beginning her first year as a teacher. She will be at Piqua Central Intermediate School.

Contributed photo by Leslie Mitchell A young student reads one of her books, checked out from the Piqua City Schools Book Mobile, as she waits for the arrival of the Salvation Army Summer Feeding Program truck to arrive.
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2017/08/web1_080317lm_pcs_bookmobile2.jpgContributed photo by Leslie Mitchell A young student reads one of her books, checked out from the Piqua City Schools Book Mobile, as she waits for the arrival of the Salvation Army Summer Feeding Program truck to arrive.

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