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One School, One Book

Updated: Friday, May 17 2013, 04:44 PM EDT
It's called One School, One Book, and it creates a shared reading experience for the entire school family.

Ones children's classic has the students caught in its' web!

The students and staff at Weaverville Elementary school are reading "Charlotte's Web."

Everyone got a copy of the book and they're encouraged to read a chapter each night with their parents at home.

The next morning that same chapter is discussed in their classroom.

The front lobby has even been transformed into Zuckerman's barn, complete with Charlotte, Wilbur and the rest of the gang.

Students say it's a wonderful book that teaches you a lot about the importance of friendship.

Some of the teachers are even dressing up like some of the characters and are encouraging students to talk about the book with their family and friends.

One School, One Book is sponsored by the schools' "title one" program.One School, One Book

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