PHOTOS: Storybook magic at Literacy Quesnel Society’s annual Christmas event

Madeline Robertson, 3, creates a Christmas masterpiece at Literacy Quesnel Society’s family Christmas Event Dec. 5 in West Park Mall. (Melanie Law - Quesnel Cariboo Observer)
Emery Jensen, 8, works on stenciling a Christmas card at Literacy Quesnel Society’s annual family Christmas event Dec. 5 at West Park Mall. (Melanie Law - Quesnel Cariboo Observer)
Patti Faber, president of the Literacy Quesnel Society, shows Eli Dinsdale, 6, a book about Totem poles at the society’s annual family Christmas event at West Park Mall. Each child at the event was able to choose a book and have it gift-wrapped, ready to put under the Christmas tree. (Melanie Law - Quesnel Cariboo Observer)
Three-year-old Lillian Gallant waits patiently for her chosen book to be wrapped by a volunteer at the Literacy Quesnel Society’s annual family Christmas Event, Dec. 5 at West Park Mall. (Melanie Law - Quesnel Cariboo Observer)
Alice Logie, 3, creates a Christmas ornament with the help of her mom, Daisy Hebert, at the Literacy Quesnel Society’s Christmas event in West Park Mall Dec. 5. (Melanie Law - Quesnel Cariboo Observer)
Four-year-olds Oliver Mytting, Sarah Singer and Cadence Ivany show off their wrapped books, a gift from the Literacy Quesnel Society, during the society’s annual Christmas event Dec. 5 in West Park Mall. (Melanie Law - Quesnel Cariboo Observer)

Craft making, story sharing and book giving were all part of the family fun when the Literacy Quesnel Society hosted its fifth annual Christmas Event Dec. 5 at the West Park Mall.

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