South Fulton library summer reading program kicks ...
by Neighbor Staff
02:13 PM, Friday, May 29
Readers of all ages will explore every day heroes as Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System presents Every Hero Has a Story as its 2015 summer reading program theme. By joining the fun, patrons of all ages will have the power to bring science fictio...

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