View Full Version : librarian wants him to step down as 'top reader'

08-30-2013, 11:05 AM

A 9-year-old Hudson Falls boy has won an award for being the "top reader" at the Hudson Falls Public Library for the past five years in a row. But now, the library director is asking the soon-to-be fifth grader to step aside.

Tyler Weaver read 63 books this summer to earn himself the title of top reader of the Hudson Falls Library reading program. He has won every year since he was in kindergarten, his mother says, reading 373 books in total over the past five years. His mother Katie says she is very proud of her son and that he just loves to read.


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El Guapo
08-30-2013, 11:13 AM
Yeah, Fox News had this kid on with his mom about two weeks ago. Welcome to the society that we live in. Everyone received a trophy and those that excel are reprimanded and told to be like the rest of the sheep.