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|Anaheim Public Library Author Event For Children Of All Ages|
ANAHEIM, CA - (July 15, 2013) - Children of all ages will enjoy meeting author Lizette Valles at the Ponderosa Joint-Use Library on Tuesday, July 16. Beginning at 5:30 p.m., Valles will read her book, “Land of the Lost Socks/ La Tierra de los Calcetines Perdidos.” All are welcome to attend this free event, which includes a free craft project.
The Ponderosa Joint-Use Library is located at 240 E. Orangewood Ave. in Anaheim. For further information, please call Guadalupe Gomez or Regina Ochoa at (714)740-0202.
The Anaheim Public Library system includes seven full-service branch libraries serving the City of Anaheim and surrounding communities. In addition, the Anaheim Heritage Center oversees a large non-circulating collection of local historical documents, as well as several of the City’s most historic buildings. Anaheim Library also have a Bookmobile that serves the Community Development Block Grant neighborhoods in the city.
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