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Carla Cicero reads “Stand Tall, Molly Lou Melon” 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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Molly Lou Melon listens to her grandmother, and as a grandmother herself, Carla Cicero from Numerica Credit Union chose the book “Stand Tall. Molly Lou Melon” by Patty Lovell (G.P. Putnam’s Sons; 2001) to read for this edition of “Storytime From the Tower.”

If you know someone that turns their challenges into assets, then this book would be an excellent gift! Purchase it from Auntie’s Bookstore or Wishing Tree Books BOTH offer order and pick up service during this crazy time.

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