Crafty Cookie

Matthew Busch/The Herald
Emily Dills of Jasper, left, watched as Claire Linette of Ireland, 5, second from left, frosted a cookie with her sister Lucy, 1, and mother, Bridgett, after Dills read the children’s book “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie” at Bean to Sprout in Ireland during a story and craft hour Saturday. Dills, a second-grade teacher at Lena Dunn Elementary in Washington, began earlier this month to lead a craft and read a book at the children’s clothing store on select Saturdays. The next craft and story hours will begin at 10:30 a.m. Saturday and May 18.



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