Sam Stultz, 2 1/2, left, and Samuel Blair, 1 1/2 are excited about the wide selection of kiddie books on display as children's librarian Louise Bishop (not pictured) reads a story for youngsters at the Wake Forest Community Library on Thursday.
Sam Stultz, 2 1/2, left, and Samuel Blair, 1 1/2 are excited about the wide selection of kiddie books on display as children's librarian Louise Bishop (not pictured) reads a story for youngsters at the Wake Forest Community Library on Thursday. cseward@newsobserver.com
Sam Stultz, 2 1/2, left, and Samuel Blair, 1 1/2 are excited about the wide selection of kiddie books on display as children's librarian Louise Bishop (not pictured) reads a story for youngsters at the Wake Forest Community Library on Thursday. cseward@newsobserver.com

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