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Kids' market monsters

Sophie Griffith, 8, awaits customers for the stuffed monsters she made with her sister, Lucy, and friend Ella Conley, to sell as the first Kids
Sophie Griffith, 8, awaits customers for the stuffed monsters she made with her sister, Lucy, and friend Ella Conley, to sell as the first Kids' Market to be held as part of the weekly Royal City Farmers Market.
— image credit: MARIO BARTEL/NEWSLEADER

Sophie Griffith, 8, awaits customers for the stuffed monsters she made with her sister, Lucy, and friend Ella Conley, to sell as the first Kids' Market to be held as part of the weekly Royal City Farmers Market.

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