Pet project proves popular in classroom


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Pet project: Isabella Dovin and Deegan Osmundson, third-graders at St. Michael School, take turns reading a book to Bentley as part of the Woof and Books program. (Kristi Deer/Daily Reporter)


GREENFIELD — The large, fluffy white Great Pyrenees named Bentley sat in the middle of the reading circle. He was being petted and hugged by dozens of third-grade students at St. Michael School.

The gentle dog sat patiently, lapping up the attention, and even appeared to be listening intently to the children as they took turns reading to him from their classroom book.

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