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Pleasanton Library StoryWalks and Summer Reading Game Kick Off June 1

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Posted: Thursday, May 30, 2019 12:00 am

In celebration of Pleasanton’s 125th Anniversary, the city’s Library and Recreation Department is launching a program taking readers on a stroll from the Pleasanton Library, along the sidewalks of historic downtown Pleasanton, ending with a free book at the Firehouse Arts Center’s new Little Free Library.

Beginning June 1st, children and the young at heart are invited to participate in a StoryWalk, a self-guided walk through the pages of Literary Arts Ambassador Meg Fleming’s acclaimed children’s books “Sometimes Rain” and “Ready, Set, Sail”, displayed in the windows of featured shops. The StoryWalk path will begin at the Pleasanton Library at 400 Old Bernal Avenue, where visitors can pick up a map to start their self-guided tour. Each numbered stop features a different page of a picture book, laminated and artfully displayed along the path and in downtown store windows.

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