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Kewaunee Public Library Debuts their Story walk

If you find yourself going to the Kewaunee Public library, you will be able to see the newest edition of their story walk. With the support from UW Madison’s Read Africa program, the library is showing off one of the latest books they purchased with the grant. You will find on the story walk, the children’s book Ostrich and Lark by Marilyn Nelson about a friendship between an unlikely pair. Carol Petrina, director of the Kewaunee Public library, describes how this book pays homage to the country it depicts.



Along with the book used in the story walk, you will also find many books that educate on Africa and or are written by African authors on the library’s shelves. The Ostrich and Lark story walk is not the only activity that the library has planned for the summer; you can find information about other activities and events on the Kewaunee Public Library website


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