Booty and her mother are dogs that go into schools on a weekly basis and listen to children read. The students are recommended by their teachers for this semester long program. Students can have various reasons for being selected to this program and for the most part they feel special. When Booty and her owner take a walk during recess other children ask, "When is it my turn to read to Booty?" What a wonderful way to encourage children to improve their reading skills.
Booty and her mother go to both Friess Lake School and Richfield School. Both dogs are owned by Lin Sell a retired physician. The dogs are certified and their job is to sit there and listen to the children.
Booty and her owner only know the first name of the child so this program benefits the child privately.