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Year of Wonders is an enthralling story of death and happiness in during the Plague

This book encapsulates what it meant to be a woman during the Plague and explores themes of death, self-discovery and what it means to be truly happy. This one took me a while to read, especially because of the flowery language and sometimes slow-developing storyline, but I thoroughly enjoyed the book and was sad to finish it. 

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St. Paul Public Library is offering free programs for kids and teens during Spring Break April 5-12

St. Paul Public Library (SPPL) invites kids and teens to spend spring break at the library. Kids ages 7-11 can have a blast at all library locations with events including Pokémon parties, air-dry clay sculpturing, robotics and bean art. Teens can level up their gaming skills at one of several Clash of the Controllers gaming tournaments happening at seven locations.

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“Suessical KIDS” brings together Global Arts Plus community

The Global Arts Plus (GAP) Upper after school theater program performed their own adaptation of the “Seussical KIDS” on February 1-2 for this year’s annual musical. Their production was filled to the absolute brim with colorful characters, vibrant sets and over fifteen amazingly performed musical numbers! I was astounded by what they could pull off in less than three months. 

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