Can the Domino Effect Boost Reading?

Seattle Public Library creates longest chain of toppling books to promote summer reading program.
2:54 | 06/17/13

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Into the -- everybody you know now that summer is coming every parent out there. Every after school program every library's trying to come up with some kind of fun way to get kids to keep reading scores and not school anymore it's summertime I think it's -- -- -- back and they separating the red -- -- yet. Well there's a library in Seattle public library of Seattle that has done the coolest thing -- ever -- this is the YouTube video and they have created the world's longest domino. Chain. There it is -- -- darn glad it's 2131. -- That created that entire -- -- there. And this is obviously to promote their summer reading program and in their YouTube video. I'm adorable -- Seattle Public Library says none of the -- were harmed during the filming of this video. And there you have it what ever it takes to get those little kids reading my -- and that's it that's different dad you know I guarantee all the kids in that town that -- another wanna go to the library for the buck. It was a global what's the good ones then did what they not more government and even then he -- -- on the shelf and mainly for kids coming to them. That's. Don't call we were talking necessarily as you were having -- hair moment earlier on the you can sell you have bad hair days you've all been there for one reason or have had -- Saturday's meeting on Saturday that did that here in this. This is that we asked folks to share their bad hair -- pictures one because -- study up and says. Bad hair days could actually be caused by the copper in our drinking water. You know we have an extra strand or you know that would split ends and all that they don't like that we audit didn't have most -- -- royal. Election can't. However that I had -- -- collected close to the stove and would have. This or one of our fans right here rented from Springfield. Missouri citizens picture -- better -- him better known as. Yeah company. And then -- didn't live from Washington DC until it to -- with this -- hello Kevin and I -- -- -- -- my name is -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- We know that. And you're against but here's the really heartwarming story five. -- is -- by Panera Bread. Have decided that they want to let the customers decide how much they're gonna -- This is the way words that no wind the customer goes and they order -- an order and then the person cashier handed over -- receipt. And the present -- -- -- -- -- by the latest gimmick I like that last sort of getting into this when there is a bullet in Colombia so desperate to go to Europe. For a bigger bet that he's decided to sell his testicles for 20000. Dollars saying they may be. To a stable person so. Hey everybody gets very creative but it's a multi -- but I think it's --

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