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Hayden Read of the Week: Isaac Chacon

— Hayden Public Library announces its seventh Reader of the Week, Isaac Chacon. Isaac is 12 years old and will be going into the seventh grade in the fall. His parent’s are Frank and Tobi Chacon, and he has two siblings, Jerod, 9, and Marlee, 15.

Isaac says his best friend is his cousin, Javin. He has lived in Craig most of his life with the exception of five years he spent in Fort Morgan. He has a cat named Sarah, a dog named Lacey, 12 chicks and 2 rabbits named Thumper and Shadow. Isaac isn’t sure what he wants to be when he grows up.

Isaac’s favorite color is red, his favorite food is dessert, and his favorite thing to do in his free time is hunt. He says he doesn’t have a favorite book yet, but his favorite subject in school is “hands-on science.”



This summer, Isaac has a swim meet, and then his family is planning on traveling to Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area. His advice for other children about reading is, “Don’t give up.” Isaac said he was surprised when he found out he was this week’s Reader of the Week. Good work Isaac!


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