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Chris Berendt/Sampson IndependentOn Saturday morning, dozens of children and their families gathered at the J.C. Holliday Library for the Summer Reading Program Celebration, which wrapped up the Sampson-Clinton Public Library's program for the season. Bringing the 2014 summer edition to a close was Paul Miller of Flow Circus out of Raleigh, who showed off his juggling talents while explaining the importance of reading and learning to the many youngsters in attendance. Children's librarian Addie Hodges greeted the children, who exclaimed back 'Hi, Miss Addie!' She then introduced Miller, who was a crowd favorite. As he entertained with his one-man variety act, Miller told them how a book about gravity, whose plain orange and white cover he thought was boring as a young child, soon opened up a new world for him when he took the chance to look through it. Reading, he said, 'makes the invisible become visible.'
Chris Berendt/Sampson IndependentOn Saturday morning, dozens of children and their families gathered at the J.C. Holliday Library for the Summer Reading Program Celebration, which wrapped up the Sampson-Clinton Public Library's program for the season. Bringing the 2014 summer edition to a close was Paul Miller of Flow Circus out of Raleigh, who showed off his juggling talents while explaining the importance of reading and learning to the many youngsters in attendance. Children's librarian Addie Hodges greeted the children, who exclaimed back 'Hi, Miss Addie!' She then introduced Miller, who was a crowd favorite. As he entertained with his one-man variety act, Miller told them how a book about gravity, whose plain orange and white cover he thought was boring as a young child, soon opened up a new world for him when he took the chance to look through it. Reading, he said, 'makes the invisible become visible.'
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On Saturday morning, dozens of children and their families gathered at the J.C. Holliday Library for the Summer Reading Program Celebration, which wrapped up the Sampson-Clinton Public Library’s program for the season. Bringing the 2014 summer edition to a close was Paul Miller of Flow Circus out of Raleigh, who showed off his juggling talents while explaining the importance of reading and learning to the many youngsters in attendance. Children’s librarian Addie Hodges greeted the children, who exclaimed back ‘Hi, Miss Addie!’ She then introduced Miller, who was a crowd favorite. As he entertained with his one-man variety act, Miller told them how a book about gravity, whose plain orange and white cover he thought was boring as a young child, soon opened up a new world for him when he took the chance to look through it. Reading, he said, ‘makes the invisible become visible.’

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