Over the last several weeks the Rye Free Reading Room and MyRye.com have asked various Rye citizens – elected officials, city staff, community leaders and local authors – to read a story for the youngest citizens of Rye. We are now pleased to be showcasing local Rye merchants (if you are a local merchant, and would like to participate, please get in touch).
Today, The Pureganic Cafe’s Les Deak reads Jory John’s That’s What Dinosaurs Do.
If Mother’s Day was a bit too much celebrating – perhaps with one of the care boxes from Wine at Five – maybe today should be “organic Monday”…
For the last 12 years The Pureganic Cafe has been providing fresh, healthy, organic, vegan, gluten-free and kosher food, drinks, juices, cleanses and meal plans to Rye and the surrounding communities. Orders an be placed by phone or online for takeout and delivery.
Les’ co-reader is grandson Zac Namoury and the additional cameo during the video is of Max Namoury.
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Episode #1 with Rye Mayor Josh Cohn reading Todd Parr’s The Peace Book.
Episode #2 with Rye Author Annabel Monaghan reading Sophie Blackall’s Hello Lighthouse.
Episode #3 with Rye Rec’s Sally Rogol reading Jane Godwin’s Red House, Tree House, Little Bitty Brown Mouse.
Episode #4 with former Rye Mayor Doug French reading Peter Brown’s Children Make Terrible Pets.
Episode #5 with Rye Author Kate Stempel reading Todd Parr’s It’s OK to Make Mistakes.
Episode #6 with New York State Assemblyman and former Rye Mayor Steve Otis reading Teddy Bear from Mother Goose Treasury.
Episode #7 with President Suzanne Clary of the Jay Heritage Center reading Cindy P Senning’s Emily’s Magic Words: Please, Thank You, and More.