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SPARK AN INTEREST IN READING IN YOUR CHILD AT THE WOODLANDS CHILDREN’S MUSEUM. 
 
THE NONPROFIT CELEBRATES CHILDREN’S BOOK WEEK, TUESDAY, MAY 2 THROUGH SATURDAY, MAY 6. 
 
A VARIETY OF SPECIAL EVENTS ARE PLANNED INCLUDING A READING OF “WILLIE THE PENCIL NECK POOCH” BY AUTHOR KAYE HENRY ON TUESDAY, MAY 2 — AND A READING OF “A BEAR’S YEAR” BY AUTHOR KATHY DUVAL ON SATURDAY, MAY 6. 
  
THE EVENTS ARE INCLUDED IN THE COST OF MUSEUM ADMISSION, WHICH IS $6 PER PERSON AGE ONE OR OLDER. 
 
THE WOODLANDS CHILDREN’S MUSEUM IS LOCATED AT 4775 PANTHER CREEK DRIVE, SUITE 280. 
 
FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT WOODLANDSCHILDRENSMUSEUM.ORG OR CALL 281-465-0955.  THAT’S WOODLANDSCHILDRENSMUSEUM.ORG OR 281-465-0955.

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