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Christian school takes field trip

Students at the Tahoe Douglas Christian Preschool recently made their annual field trip to the Douglas County Branch Library at Zephyr Cove Park. They learned all about the proper care of books and what happens to books when they are not taken care of carefully.

Additionally, the children were delighted with some very lively and animated story telling by Carol Rapacz, Douglas County Public Library community program coordinator. Some highlights for the children included “Cock-a-Doddle-Moo” by Bernard Most and a puppet show with “Clifford The Big Red Dog” by Norman Bridwell.

Rapacz provides Storytime at 11 a.m. every Thursday at the Lake Tahoe Branch Library. The program includes stories, poems and activities for children ages 3 and up.


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