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Rainy day reading

Emma Kerrie, 10, reads Scooby Doo and Aliens Too with her stepfather Chris Parkin at the Pacific Centre Family Services Assoication’s book sale. With about 2,000 books donated another sale will be held on March 19.  - Charla Huber/News staff
Emma Kerrie, 10, reads Scooby Doo and Aliens Too with her stepfather Chris Parkin at the Pacific Centre Family Services Assoication’s book sale. With about 2,000 books donated another sale will be held on March 19.
— image credit: Charla Huber/News staff

 

Emma Kerrie, 10, reads Scooby Doo and Aliens Too with her stepfather Chris Parkin at the Pacific Centre Family Services Assoication’s book sale. With about 2,000 books donated another sale will be held on March 19.

 

 

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