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Gallery: One Book Two Book festival in Iowa City attracts readers of all ages

Solomiya Leliv, 4, of Lviv, Ukraine, gets started on some crafting work during the annual One Book Two Book festival on Saturday, February 24, 2018 at the Hotel Vetro in Iowa City. Beginning on Friday with a young author’s dinner and lasting through the weekend and on to the Write Out Loud celebration on Sunday at UI Macbride Auditorium, youngsters were treated to all aspects of literature including special presentations, author meet and greets, and of course plenty of storytelling. (Ben Roberts/Freelance)
Solomiya Leliv, 4, of Lviv, Ukraine, gets started on some crafting work during the annual One Book Two Book festival on Saturday, February 24, 2018 at the Hotel Vetro in Iowa City. Beginning on Friday with a young author’s dinner and lasting through the weekend and on to the Write Out Loud celebration on Sunday at UI Macbride Auditorium, youngsters were treated to all aspects of literature including special presentations, author meet and greets, and of course plenty of storytelling. (Ben Roberts/Freelance)

Readers of all ages found themselves at the annual One Book Two Book festival this weekend in Iowa City.

The celebration of children’s literature began on Friday with a young author’s dinner and lasted through the weekend and on to the Write Out Loud celebration on Sunday at UI Macbride Auditorium.

Festival attendees were treated to special presentations, author meet and greets, plenty of storytelling and much more.

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