Local children enjoy Carnegie Library


Bailey and Payton were two of many children to make icosahedra from scrap paper and old books. An icosahedron is a twenty-sided three-dimensional figure, and makes a nice holiday ornament.

Bailey and Payton were two of many children to make icosahedra from scrap paper and old books. An icosahedron is a twenty-sided three-dimensional figure, and makes a nice holiday ornament.


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Sisters Kamri and Ava are thankful to have their first library cards from the Carnegie Public Library.


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Bailey and Payton were two of many children to make icosahedra from scrap paper and old books. An icosahedron is a twenty-sided three-dimensional figure, and makes a nice holiday ornament.


Courtesy photos

Bailey and Payton were two of many children to make icosahedra from scrap paper and old books. An icosahedron is a twenty-sided three-dimensional figure, and makes a nice holiday ornament.

Sisters Kamri and Ava are thankful to have their first library cards from the Carnegie Public Library.

Bailey and Payton were two of many children to make icosahedra from scrap paper and old books. An icosahedron is a twenty-sided three-dimensional figure, and makes a nice holiday ornament.

Bailey and Payton were two of many children to make icosahedra from scrap paper and old books. An icosahedron is a twenty-sided three-dimensional figure, and makes a nice holiday ornament.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/11/web1_Bailey-Icosahedron.jpgBailey and Payton were two of many children to make icosahedra from scrap paper and old books. An icosahedron is a twenty-sided three-dimensional figure, and makes a nice holiday ornament. Courtesy photos

Sisters Kamri and Ava are thankful to have their first library cards from the Carnegie Public Library.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/11/web1_Kamri-and-Ava-have-therir-library-cards.jpgSisters Kamri and Ava are thankful to have their first library cards from the Carnegie Public Library. Courtesy photos

Bailey and Payton were two of many children to make icosahedra from scrap paper and old books. An icosahedron is a twenty-sided three-dimensional figure, and makes a nice holiday ornament.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/11/web1_Payton-Icosahedron.jpgBailey and Payton were two of many children to make icosahedra from scrap paper and old books. An icosahedron is a twenty-sided three-dimensional figure, and makes a nice holiday ornament. Courtesy photos