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Book fair Saturday at Agana Shopping Center

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by Janjeera Hail

Guam - Looking for unique stocking stuffers this holiday season? The Guam Council of the International Reading Association is putting on a book fair this weekend at the Agana Shopping Center.  Guam Council IRA president Margaret Asuncion is inviting families to come out from 10am-1pm on Saturday to browse the books and enjoy entertainment from the island's schoolchildren.

"I encourage all parents, all children to come down and we're going to have a lot of stocking stuffers this weekend," she beamed. "We would have books, novelties, all at affordable prices and we will also have our 'Read to Succeed' Read-A-Thon 2011 t-shirts for sale and also our visiting author in January who is Kathryn Erskine."

There will also be a raffle giveaway and Clifford the Big Red Dog will be there to take pictures.

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