St. Martin’s student’s letterwins trip to Wrestlemania
by James Bradford
Fiona Woolley is a Canadian Regional finalist in the Wrestlemania Reading Challenge.
Woolley wrote a letter to WWE star A.J. Lee telling her why she should read the “Ranger’s Apprentice” series by John Flanagan.
“I already read them all,” Wooley told me during an interview Monday, right after she was finished spinning in her chair, that is.
“It’s really adventurous, it’s like Narnia.” Woolley told me. Woolley will be going to Wrestlemania 29 in East Rutherford N.J. April 7.
Woolley is excited to see New York City while she is there. She would like to see Cinderella and the Empire State Building.
Woolley also told me she wanted to see The Statue of Liberty.
Woolley said that she couldn’t actually go up to The Statue, because the island was flooded by Hurricane Sandy, but she could get close.
Woolley is excited to go to New York, she has been to the U.S. before, to Florida and Washington.
There could be an added bonus to her trip, Woolley told me there would be a chance to answer questions about the books she read and, “whoever answers the most right questions about their book gets to upgrade their seats to ringside.”
Woolley entered the contest in the Grade 5-6 category and is a student at St. Martin’s school in Ennismore.
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