Gary Hooker Jr. reads his book, ‘Gary Sees History: A Child’s Journey,’ to students at Bugg Elementary School. Hooker, 18, wrote the book when he was a fifth-grader at the school. He is a graduate of Rolesville High School and is now a freshman at N.C. A&T State University in Greensboro.
Gary Hooker Jr. reads his book, ‘Gary Sees History: A Child’s Journey,’ to students at Bugg Elementary School. Hooker, 18, wrote the book when he was a fifth-grader at the school. He is a graduate of Rolesville High School and is now a freshman at N.C. A&T State University in Greensboro. Gary Hooker Jr.
Gary Hooker Jr. reads his book, ‘Gary Sees History: A Child’s Journey,’ to students at Bugg Elementary School. Hooker, 18, wrote the book when he was a fifth-grader at the school. He is a graduate of Rolesville High School and is now a freshman at N.C. A&T State University in Greensboro. Gary Hooker Jr.

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