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Children's art Display at Emmaus Library is joy for All

There's an ageless appeal to children's art, whether created for or by children.

The art of children's book editor, Michael Jon Brooks, using various media including cut-paper, pastels, crayon, pen and ink, can be seen on the bulletin board in the children's section of the library.

Also, Mrs. Gennaro's all-day kindergarten class from did a mural based on "Harold and the Purple Crayon" (mostly in purple, of course).

Come to the to see both. Art will remain on display until May 30.

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