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CLC celebration includes fall story time at college library


Smith takes her young audience on the windblown journey of "Leaf Man," sharing the colorful collages that adorn each page.
Smith takes her young audience on the windblown journey of “Leaf Man,” sharing the colorful collages that adorn each page.
T-shirts, brightly bragging of the center's four-star accreditation, are sported by the enthralled library visitors.
T-shirts, brightly bragging of the center’s four-star accreditation, are sported by the enthralled library visitors.
The children delivered a handmade "thank you" and commemorative greeting cards that they're handing out to students and employees in their campus travels this week.
The children delivered a handmade “thank you” and commemorative greeting cards that they’re handing out to students and employees in their campus travels this week.
"The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything" gets the full read-aloud treatment from Line – complete with every "clomp," "wiggle," "shake," "nod," "clap" and "boo" that lead to the surprise ending.
“The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything” gets the full read-aloud treatment from Line – complete with every “clomp,” “wiggle,” “shake,” “nod,” “clap” and “boo” that lead to the surprise ending.
Hugs were plentiful as youngsters lined up to show their gratitude.
Hugs were plentiful as youngsters lined up to show their gratitude.

Preschoolers from the Dunham Children’s Learning Center visited Penn College’s Madigan Library on Tuesday morning for story time. Tommie L. Smith, library operations/public services assistant, and April N. Line, library support services assistant, each read an autumn-themed book to the boys and girls gathered on the first floor. The visit is among the activities scheduled during National Campus Children’s Centers Week (Oct. 8-12).

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