by Diane Rogers
Special to The R-C

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July 11, 2013
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Library events keep young readers engaged

Sixteen-year-old Caitlin Pupich helped to set up chairs for 2-year-old Nathaniel Sutton’s first-ever puppet show at the CVIC Hall on June 25. Caitlin, Nathaniel, and his brother, 5-year-old Matthew, joined more than 140 other young readers, parents and grandparents for the latest event in the Douglas County Public Library’s summer reading program: “I Dig Dinosaurs,” performed by Portland’s Dragon Theater Puppets. Although the three young readers’ literary tastes are all over the map--Caitlin is devoted to author Suzanne Collins of “The Hunger Games” trilogy, while Matthew likes to chill with “Ralph and the Motorcycle,” and Nathaniel can’t get enough of …

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