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Library story time

Three-year-old Avalon Fearn gives the bear cub held by youth services librarian Julia Cox a hug during the preschool story-telling session this week at the Penticton Public Library.  - Mark Brett/Western News
Three-year-old Avalon Fearn gives the bear cub held by youth services librarian Julia Cox a hug during the preschool story-telling session this week at the Penticton Public Library.
— image credit: Mark Brett/Western News
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