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New StoryWalk book up in Cashiers

Librarian Serenity Richards installs a new page of ‘The Big Dance.’ Donated photo Librarian Serenity Richards installs a new page of ‘The Big Dance.’ Donated photo

A new book is available on the StoryWalk in the Village Green in Cashiers. 

“The Big Dance,” written and illustrated by Aoife Greenham, is a fun, energetic story written on a first-grade level with accompanying activities in English and Spanish. In the story, everyone in the community is invited to the annual Big Dance. Pippa observes her friends show off their unique dance moves but worries she isn’t able to do the same. With her friends’ encouragement, she responds to the music and joyfully joins in. The book shows that even though everyone expresses themselves differently, all can participate equally. 

Bright, colorful illustrations make it fun to follow along with the story throughout its 16 pages. The first page is posted near the Village Play.

New books are posted on the StoryWalk every two to three months. “The Big Dance” coincides with National StoryWalk Week, Nov. 15-19. 

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