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Lakeridge fourth-graders listen to librarian Didi Kearsley discuss the inauguration of Barack Obama in a special class held last Friday, Jan. 23. Kearsley held similar lessons in the library throughout the week, showing off the school’s newest 2009 encyclopedia with an updated entry about Barack Obama. Every grade in the school had a chance to attend the lesson. - Chad Coleman/Mercer Island Reporter
Lakeridge fourth-graders listen to librarian Didi Kearsley discuss the inauguration of Barack Obama in a special class held last Friday, Jan. 23. Kearsley held similar lessons in the library throughout the week, showing off the school’s newest 2009 encyclopedia with an updated entry about Barack Obama. Every grade in the school had a chance to attend the lesson.
— image credit: Chad Coleman/Mercer Island Reporter

Lakeridge fourth-graders listen to librarian Didi Kearsley discuss the inauguration of Barack Obama in a special class held last Friday, Jan. 23. Kearsley held similar lessons in the library throughout the week, showing off the school’s newest 2009 encyclopedia with an updated entry about Barack Obama. Every grade in the school had a chance to attend the lesson.

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