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Young readers learn to mimic prairie dogs in library's summer reading program

The Baldwin City Public Library has been introducing children in the summer reading program to animals with its "Dig Into Reading" theme. The children got a chance to mimic one of the animals brought in for the program today with a tunnel made of cardboard boxes that replicated a prairie dog burrow. One more week of Wednesday activities remain before the program concludes with a July 20 swimming party for those children who met their summer reading goals.

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Adalyn Madl adds paint to a bottle Tuesday she will use to dab onto a ...

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Jacob Breedlove, 6, nears the end of the prairie dog tunnel.

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Lexi Kirklin, 5, and Jack Sansome, 4, stand tall above the tunnel like alert prairie ...

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Addison Scraper, 3, writes her name to the side of the boxes.

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Adalyn Madl adds paint to a bottle Tuesday she will use to dab onto a ...

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