Storytelling session gets Nuneaton pupils in the festive spirit
Primary school pupils were treated to an end-of-term storytelling session by Asda Nuneaton.
Melissa Hutchinson, the store’s community life champion, visited Abbey CofE Infant and Nursery School to read the story Boogie Bear by David Walliams .
As well as putting on the reading, Asda Nuneaton made a Christmas donation of fun and educational books and DVDs for the school.
She said: “We had a fantastic time at Abbey CofE Infant and Nursery School. The story is very funny with a heart-warming message about celebrating difference, and everyone thoroughly enjoyed the session.
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