Book Characters Come to Life at School’s Storybook Pumpkin Festival

Pumpkin Pinocchio  (Photo by Nancy Cole)Fairfax County Public Schools in-house TV network, Red Apple 21, visited Reston’s Sunrise Valley Elementary School recently to showcase its annual Storybook Pumpkin Festival.

The event, organized by librarian Katie Pieruccini, challenges students to make a pumpkin look like a favorite children’s literary character.

The pumpkins will be on display for several more weeks in the school library.

Check out the video here.

(Photo by Nancy Cole)

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