Stacey Loscalzo

Sep 19


by Stacey


“Ms. Washington would read to us every day after lunch, and her voice was like ten different musical instruments.  She could make her voice go low and deep and strong like a tuba, or hop, hop, hop quick and light like a flute. When she’d read, her voice wrapped around my head and my heart, and it softened and lightened everything up. It put a pain in my heart that felt good. When she told stories it made me want to tell stories. I wanted to read like her, so that I could have that feeling anytime.”

                                           -Excerpt from Ida B, Katherine Hannigan

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