Fargo Library encourages families to get outside with new spring StoryWalk

Two series of art and words from picture books are now on display in Fargo.

The Fargo Public Library. Forum file photo

FARGO — A temporary new StoryWalk display is now available in downtown Fargo thanks to the Fargo Public Library.

Through the end of April, StoryWalk signs will be in place around the Sodbuster Plaza by the downtown main library, 102 Third St. N., for families and kids to enjoy the book "Stretch" by Doreen Cronin. The signs will feature art and words from the picture book.

The library also encourages families to visit another StoryWalk, up now at Brunsdale Park, 1701 27th Ave. S., which features the book "If You Were a Penguin" by Wendell and Florence Minor. Those signs will up through the end of May.

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