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Marine Corps Air Station New River

"Pardon Our Noise, It's The Sound Of Freedom"
Once Upon a Time

By Lance Cpl. Manuel Estrada | Marine Corps Air Station New River | April 25, 2013

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The Marine Corps Air Station Library celebrates National Library Week be re-enacting “The Paper Bag Princess” as a recording of the author, Robert Munsch, reads to the children, April 16. The library also had a puppet show of “The Princess and The Pea” and gave children wands and cups with red streamers or aluminum foil hooks so they could color them in and pretend they were princesses or fire-breathing dragons. The library also supplied handcrafted scenes from storybooks and props so kids could take pictures.

The Marine Corps Air Station Library celebrates National Library Week be re-enacting “The Paper Bag Princess” as a recording of the author, Robert Munsch, reads to the children, April 16. The library also had a puppet show of “The Princess and The Pea” and gave children wands and cups with red streamers or aluminum foil hooks so they could color them in and pretend they were princesses or fire-breathing dragons. The library also supplied handcrafted scenes from storybooks and props so kids could take pictures. (Photo by Lance Cpl. Manuel Estrada)


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The Marine Corps Air Station Library celebrates National Library Week be re-enacting “The Paper Bag Princess” as a recording of the author, Robert Munsch, reads to the children, April 16. The library also had a puppet show of “The Princess and The Pea” and gave children wands and cups with red streamers or aluminum foil hooks so they could color them in and pretend they were princesses or fire-breathing dragons. The library also supplied handcrafted scenes from storybooks and props so kids could take pictures.

The Marine Corps Air Station Library celebrates National Library Week be re-enacting “The Paper Bag Princess” as a recording of the author, Robert Munsch, reads to the children, April 16. The library also had a puppet show of “The Princess and The Pea” and gave children wands and cups with red streamers or aluminum foil hooks so they could color them in and pretend they were princesses or fire-breathing dragons. The library also supplied handcrafted scenes from storybooks and props so kids could take pictures. (Photo by Lance Cpl. Manuel Estrada)


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Arianna, 6-month old, chews on a fairy want during the 'Once Upon a Time' story time at the Marine Corps Air Station New River library, April 16. During the story time, children watched as library staff read and re-enacted the story in the book.

Arianna, 6-month old, chews on a fairy want during the 'Once Upon a Time' story time at the Marine Corps Air Station New River library, April 16. During the story time, children watched as library staff read and re-enacted the story in the book. (Photo by Lance Cpl. Manuel A. Estrada)


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The Marine Corps Air Station Library celebrates National Library Week be re-enacting “The Paper Bag Princess” as a recording of the author, Robert Munsch, reads to the children, April 16. The library also had a puppet show of “The Princess and The Pea” and gave children wands and cups with red streamers or aluminum foil hooks so they could color them in and pretend they were princesses or fire-breathing dragons. The library also supplied handcrafted scenes from storybooks and props so kids could take pictures.

The Marine Corps Air Station Library celebrates National Library Week be re-enacting “The Paper Bag Princess” as a recording of the author, Robert Munsch, reads to the children, April 16. The library also had a puppet show of “The Princess and The Pea” and gave children wands and cups with red streamers or aluminum foil hooks so they could color them in and pretend they were princesses or fire-breathing dragons. The library also supplied handcrafted scenes from storybooks and props so kids could take pictures. (Photo by Lance Cpl. Manuel A. Estrada)


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The Marine Corps Air Station New River Library celebrates National Library Week by re-enacting “The Paper Bag Princess” as a recording of the author, Robert Munsch, reads to the children, April 16. The library also had a puppet show of “The Princess and the Pea” and gave children wands and cups with red streamers or aluminum foil hooks so they could color them in and pretend they where princesses or fire-breathing dragons. The library also supplied handcrafted scenes from storybooks and props so kids could take pictures. For more information about other activates the library offers contact them at 910-449-6711.



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