Reading a book
December 2, 2010 | 12:00 p.m. CSTCooper Cahalin, 4, presses down a button to make the windshield wipers noise on a sing-a-long book while his mom, Becky Cahalin, reads to him in the kid's section of Village Books on Tuesday, Nov. 30. Cahalin said that she and Cooper come to Village Books about once a month to read through children's books and pick one out to buy. "We will usually read about 10 before he decides on one," Cahalin said.
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