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Now she's here, then she's gone!

Summer reading club 2014 010

Children attending the Cowra Library Summer Reading Club event today had a surprise visit from Freeda the Reader. Assumed missing and last seen fishing off the low level bridge in Cowra, it was a delight for the eager readers of Cowra to discover Freeda in  their Library. But as quickly as she appeared, she disappeared again and no amount of Investigative work could  detect when Freeda had left the building. It was decided she must have headed back to the river bank to seek shade and refreshment in the cool waters of the Lachlan River.

Keep looking for further sightings of Freeda and if you haven’t already taken part in the Summer Reading Club it’s not too late to visit your local Library and borrow some mystery books or go to the website at summerreadingclub.org.au and also keep track of Freeda on this blog.

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