Richland wild for reading

April 3, 2014 

Wild For Reading

Kimberly Killpack of Richland shows her son Sam, 4, how to thread ribbon through a bookmark he made on Thursday at the Richland Public Library. The craft was organized by the library and AmeriCorps as part of the "Go Wild for Reading" program that ran from April 1-3 and featured afternoons of stories, crafts, games and more.

SARAH GORDON — Tri-City Herald Buy Photo

Kimberly Killpack of Richland shows her son, Sam, 4, how to thread ribbon through a bookmark he made Thursday at the Richland Public Library. The craft was organized by the library and AmeriCorps as part of the “Go Wild for Reading” program that ran April 1-3 and featured afternoons of stories, crafts and games.

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