CTY record03p Anne Norman, left, reads "Corduroy" to her friend Cristine (cq) Moss, 3.5, both of Toledo. The Washington Branch of the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library celebrates Jumpstart's Read for the Record on Thursday, October 2nd in Toledo, Ohio. Staffers and visitors will try to set the world record for the largest shared reading experience ever with crafts, activities, and many readings of "Corduroy" by Don Freeman. The Blade/Jetta Fraser JETTA FRASER / THE BLADEEnlarge
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Anne Norman reads the children's book Corduroy to Cristine Moss, 3; both from Toledo. They were among the youths and adults participating at Jumpstart's national Read for the Record at the Washington Branch of the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library. The goal was to be part of setting a world record for the largest shared reading experience; tallies for the number of those who participated are still being tabulated.
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