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By Bonny Burrows

A free program is hoping to introduce young children to the wonders of books.
Emerald Library hosts ‘storytime’ each Thursday from 11.15am to 12noon at the town’s library.
Featuring an array of books, the sessions help develop early years language and literary skills in a social environment.
The program caters to children aged 3-5.
There is no need to book.

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