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Beloved children’s stories are the focus of a new APU Special Collections exhibit that reveals the educational importance of children’s stories while inviting visitors to return to their own childhood memories of literary classics.
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Read the latest review of the Children's Literature exhibit in Darling Library. http://t.co/3znCpteX8N
43 days ago
If you haven't yet, come check out the new exhibit in the Darling Library: Fairy Stories & Children's Tales. http://t.co/BHDdAkrDvs
80 days ago
A new Special Collections exhibit opens May 1: Fairy Stories & Children's Tales. http://t.co/T0tbGH31eq
101 days ago