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Buffalo Creek Memorial Library’s summer reading program “Dig Into Reading” featured Stacie Vaughn Hutton’s children’s book, “Shovelful of Sunshine,” a story about a young girl who worried about her father working in the coal mines. To ease her fears, her father helped her plant sunflower seeds that grew into a beautiful garden. The children attending the program planted little seed pots with sunflower seeds and were encouraged to take them home and plant them in their yard. Four year old Noah Frazier of Mallory, W.Va., who attended the programs with his grandmother Joyce, did just that. Everyone was really surprised, including the staff at the library, when Noah’s sunflower grew to over 10 feet tall. Noah is the son of Greg and Shelley Frazier of Mallory.

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