Didn’t expect to see that at the Library!

Wednesday, June 26, 2019
What is better than a feathered friend? On Thursday, children who participate in the summer reading club through the Cassville Library got the chance to see a handful of different animals and learn something new. “Unearthing Nature’s Mysteries” was hosted by Jamie Williams, education specialist with the Dickerson Park Zoo, who brought in this winged wonder as part of the “Universe of Stories.” Jordan Privett/jprivett@cassville-democrat.com

The Cassville Library is holding its summer reading club “Universe of Stories” and children are getting the chance to explore right from their local library.

The Cassville Library is holding its summer reading club “Universe of Stories” and children are getting the chance to explore right from their local library. On Thursday, “Unearthing Nature’s Mysteries” was the latest event to take place where Jamie Williams, education specialist with the Dickerson Park Zoo, brought in animals to show and teach children. This sugar glider, Dingo, can glide up to 200 feet, which helped someone discover the wingsuit that gives humans the same ability. Jordan Privett/jprivett@cassville-democrat.com
During the Summer Reading Club at the Cassville Branch Library, children are getting the chance to explore “A Universe of Stories.” On Thursday, they children gathered in the Cassville Library for “Unearthing Nature’s Mysteries” with the Dickerson Park Zoo. Jamie Williams, education specialist with Dickerson Park Zoo, brought in a few animals to show the children. First she talked about the difference between wildlife and domesticated animals, like this guinea pig. Jordan Privett/jprivett@cassville-democrat.com
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