CANYON CITY – “Dog Breath,” “Rainbow Fish” and “If You Give a Moose a Muffin” were just three of many books that Humbolt third-graders highlighted during a recent reading fair.

Students in Caroline Colson's class prepared colorful trifold posters – creative book reports – during Back to School Night last Thursday.

“They really loved it,” Colson said. “It's like a science fair, only with books.”

Student teacher Kayla Barrietua, a Grant Union High School graduate who is now in her final year at Eastern Oregon University, also helped the students with their projects.

“It takes creativity,” she said of the project. “Even though they're still learning, it's a lot of fun.”

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