No strings attached at puppet making event in Seaton

PUBLISHED: 11:00 20 August 2016

Children with their puppets at Seaton Library

Children with their puppets at Seaton Library

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Twenty children attended a puppet making workshop at Seaton Library.

The youngsters had great fun making finger puppets, stick puppets and puppets that had moving parts, including an enormous crocodile.

The event was part of The Big Friendly Read that is happening at all libraries this summer.

Children read six books over the summer period and will receive a Gold Medal and a certificate when they complete the challenge at a special finishers’ party.


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