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Daffodil Princesses read, mentor and create crafts with children at Pierce County and Puyallup Libra

Saturday, Feb. 16, marks the first READ with a Daffodil Princess event of 2013.

In their initial appearance as Daffodil Princesses, each will read a few of their favorite books, answer questions and spend time with the children of Pierce County. This first round is limited to 11 libraries, due to the availability of some Pierce County locations. The next READ with a Princess is scheduled for March 16.

Appearing at the following libraries at 11 a.m.:
Gig Harbor - 424 Point Fosdick Dr NW, Gig Harbor;
University Place - 3609 Market Place W, University Place;
Eatonville - 205 Center St W, Eatonville;
Sumner - 18501 90th St E, Bonney Lake;
Parkland/Spanaway - 13718 Pacific Ave S, Tacoma;
Fife - 6622 20th St. E, Fife;
Downtown Puyallup - 324 South Meridian, Puyallup;

Appearing at the following libraries at 1 p.m.:
Buckley - 123 S River Ave, Buckley;
Graham - 9202 224th St E, Graham;
Steilacoom - 2950 Steilacoom Blvd, Steilacoom;
Milton/Edgewood - 900 Meridian Ave. E, Suite 29, Milton;

Princesses from Bonney Lake, Bethel, Cascade Christian, Chief Leschi, Clover Park, Curtis, Eatonville, Emerald Ridge, Fife, Franklin Pierce, Graham Kapowsin, Henry Foss, Lakes, Lincoln, Mt. Tahoma, Orting, Puyallup, Rogers, Spanaway Lake, Stadium, Sumner, Washington, White River and Wilson will participate.

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