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Storytime from the Tower hits the dance floor as Marcus Riccelli reads “Giraffes Can’t Dance”

“Storytime from the Tower” is a Northwest Passage’s video series featuring notable folks from across our region reading books for the young kids in our community who are no longer going to school due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Read more: Rob Curley: Northwest Passages Book Club helps us connect with Storytime from the Tower

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Washington State Representative Marcus Riccelli reads “Giraffes Can’t Dance” by Giles Andreae (published by Scholastic, 2000) for the Northwest Passages’ Storytime from the Tower series. This book of a gangly giraffe sang to his heart and just may touch yours as well.

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Call up your favorite independent bookstore, Auntie’s Bookstore or Wishing Tree Books and they can bring this magical book into your collection!

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