Dan Bates / The Herald Want to see something REALLY SCARY? Leave it to kindergarten classmate Keelan Clark to find something scary in the book “Is This a Monster?” on Thursday and show it to Hayley Whitaker while reading newly acquired books in Lisa Brizendine’s kindergarten class at Beverly Elementary School. Evelyn Holdt reads at left. The books are part of “A reading library for kindergarteners,” and include both fiction and nonfiction, Principal Danielle Sanders says.

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