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Abbey Crawford reads “The Girl Who Loved Wild Horses” for Storytime from the Tower

“Storytime from the Tower” is a Northwest Passage’s video series featuring notable folks from across our region reading books for the young kids in our community who are no longer going to school due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Read more: Rob Curley: Northwest Passages Book Club helps us connect with Storytime from the Tower

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Imagine you are out in the world – taking care of horses – with the lilting tones of the multi-talented Abbey Crawford reading “The Girl Who Loved Wild Horses” by Paul Goble (published by Bradbury Press, 1978).

Order this adventure locally from independent bookstore Auntie’s Bookstore !

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