Author David Ira Rottenberg visited Howard Drive Elementary School to read his book, ‘Gwendolyn, the Graceful Pig,’ to students in Pre-K to fifth grade. The presentation included a performance by local ballet students from Focal Point Dance Studio. Pictured from left: Annette Diaz, Alexandra Taubas, Emerich Ligonde, Rottenberg, Jojo Funderburk, Megan Bentley, Sara Awada, Adriano Shapiro, Olivia Fraginals, Ryan Hall, Aubrey Delgado, Max Cannings and Victoria Cardenas.
Author David Ira Rottenberg visited Howard Drive Elementary School to read his book, ‘Gwendolyn, the Graceful Pig,’ to students in Pre-K to fifth grade. The presentation included a performance by local ballet students from Focal Point Dance Studio. Pictured from left: Annette Diaz, Alexandra Taubas, Emerich Ligonde, Rottenberg, Jojo Funderburk, Megan Bentley, Sara Awada, Adriano Shapiro, Olivia Fraginals, Ryan Hall, Aubrey Delgado, Max Cannings and Victoria Cardenas. Photo provided to the Miami Herald
Author David Ira Rottenberg visited Howard Drive Elementary School to read his book, ‘Gwendolyn, the Graceful Pig,’ to students in Pre-K to fifth grade. The presentation included a performance by local ballet students from Focal Point Dance Studio. Pictured from left: Annette Diaz, Alexandra Taubas, Emerich Ligonde, Rottenberg, Jojo Funderburk, Megan Bentley, Sara Awada, Adriano Shapiro, Olivia Fraginals, Ryan Hall, Aubrey Delgado, Max Cannings and Victoria Cardenas. Photo provided to the Miami Herald

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