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Jason Segel rocks the red carpet in Aurora Schools
Jason Segel rocks the red carpet in Aurora
Jason Segel received a rock star welcome Monday at Granger Middle School in Aurora. The actor, musician and author was in town as part of a national book tour for “Nightmares!,” his debut novel and the first book in a trilogy aimed at middle-school readers. “Granger readers love to read, and obviously this book comes with the added excitement of the author being a Hollywood actor, writer, musician, and director,” said Lynne White, library and media center director at Granger. “To say that our staff and students are excited is an understatement.” The event was made possible by Anderson’s Bookshops. Granger was the first and only school stop planned on the tour.
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