CP library benefits from local book fair

Paige Parks

The Lakeline Barnes & Noble hosted a book fair to benefit the CPHS library on March 27. Students, parents and teachers alike attended the event and the profits were donated to LISD’s Summer Reading for All program. The event lasted from 6-8:30, and even included a contest for students to create the most unique name for the special green frappuccino. The winner of the contest, Max Williams, submitted the name “Wolf Pack Frapp Attack” and received a free frappuccino that night.

“The book fair was a great chance to support the library summer reading program,” junior book lover Sam Geesin said. “It got us out in the community to raise awareness for reading and our high school library.