Students pick out summer reads

5/7/2013
BY DAVE ZAPOTOSKY
BLADE PHOTOGRAPHER
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Trinity Weathers, 8, a third grade student from Wernert Elementary School, left, reads a book with the help of Lamis Younes, 17, a Whitmer High School student.

The Blade/Dave Zapotosky

Trinity Weathers, 8, a third grade student from Wernert Elementary School, left, reads a book with the help of Lamis Younes, 17, a Whitmer High School student.
Trinity Weathers, 8, a third grade student from Wernert Elementary School, left, reads a book with the help of Lamis Younes, 17, a Whitmer High School student.

Trinity Weathers, 8, a third grade student at Wernert Elementary, reads a book with Lamis Younes, 17, a Whitmer High student, at the Barnes & Noble on Monroe Street. Students earned a trip to the store Monday, today, and Wednesday through Wernert’s Book Tree Project. Barnes & Noble, Columbia Gas, Brondes Ford, and Graybar Electric are enabling all students to select a summer book with the help of volunteer mentors from Whitmer and the community.