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  • The crowd of children, parents and Pierce School faculty gathered prior to children's author Marty Kelley's Literacy Night presentation to eat some pizza and hang out in Bennington.<br/>(Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)

    The crowd of children, parents and Pierce School faculty gathered prior to children's author Marty Kelley's Literacy Night presentation to eat some pizza and hang out in Bennington.
    (Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)

  • Pierce School Principal Pam Campbell introduces children's author Marty Kelley to an audience of over 100 on Tuesday night in Bennington.<br/>(Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)

    Pierce School Principal Pam Campbell introduces children's author Marty Kelley to an audience of over 100 on Tuesday night in Bennington.
    (Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)

  • Julie Kellogg and her son, Cameron, 6, of Bennington, eat pizza and enjoy a presentation by children's author Marty Kelley at the Pierce School in Bennington on Tuesday night.<br/>(Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)

    Julie Kellogg and her son, Cameron, 6, of Bennington, eat pizza and enjoy a presentation by children's author Marty Kelley at the Pierce School in Bennington on Tuesday night.
    (Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)

  • Children's author Marty Kelley introduces himself and shares some laughs with a mixed crowd of Pierce School students, parents and faculty on Tuesday night's Literacy Night in Bennington.<br/>(Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)

    Children's author Marty Kelley introduces himself and shares some laughs with a mixed crowd of Pierce School students, parents and faculty on Tuesday night's Literacy Night in Bennington.
    (Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)

  • The crowd at the Pierce School listens intently to children's author Marty Kelley, as he discusses how he gets his ideas for books, at Tuesday night's Literacy Night in Bennington.<br/>(Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)

    The crowd at the Pierce School listens intently to children's author Marty Kelley, as he discusses how he gets his ideas for books, at Tuesday night's Literacy Night in Bennington.
    (Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)

  • Children's author Marty Kelley, far left, gives a presentation to a Pierce School crowd on Tuesday night in Bennington. Kelley spends much of the year giving presentations in various schools about how he creates books, and why it's important to be creative.<br/>(Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)

    Children's author Marty Kelley, far left, gives a presentation to a Pierce School crowd on Tuesday night in Bennington. Kelley spends much of the year giving presentations in various schools about how he creates books, and why it's important to be creative.
    (Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)

  • Children's author Marty Kelley fields a question from the audience on Tuesday night during his Literacy Night presentation at Pierce School in Bennington.<br/>(Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)

    Children's author Marty Kelley fields a question from the audience on Tuesday night during his Literacy Night presentation at Pierce School in Bennington.
    (Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)

  • Children's author Marty Kelley gives a presentation to a crowded Pierce School gymnasium in Bennington on Tuesday night. Kelley was visiting to talk about how me makes children's books, and why it's important to be creative.<br/>(Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)

    Children's author Marty Kelley gives a presentation to a crowded Pierce School gymnasium in Bennington on Tuesday night. Kelley was visiting to talk about how me makes children's books, and why it's important to be creative.
    (Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)

  • Emily Vanderpool, 6, of Bennington, looks over the books on sale with her uncle, Rich Osienski, at Tuesday's Literacy Night presentation by children's author Marty Kelley.<br/>(Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)

    Emily Vanderpool, 6, of Bennington, looks over the books on sale with her uncle, Rich Osienski, at Tuesday's Literacy Night presentation by children's author Marty Kelley.
    (Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)

  • Cameron Kellogg, 6, of Bennington, enjoys a slice of pizza with his mother, Julie, at Tuesday night's Literacy Night presentation at the Pierce School. Children's author Marty Kelley spoke about his book making process.<br/>(Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)

    Cameron Kellogg, 6, of Bennington, enjoys a slice of pizza with his mother, Julie, at Tuesday night's Literacy Night presentation at the Pierce School. Children's author Marty Kelley spoke about his book making process.
    (Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)

  • The crowd of children, parents and Pierce School faculty gathered prior to children's author Marty Kelley's Literacy Night presentation to eat some pizza and hang out in Bennington.<br/>(Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)
  • Pierce School Principal Pam Campbell introduces children's author Marty Kelley to an audience of over 100 on Tuesday night in Bennington.<br/>(Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)
  • Julie Kellogg and her son, Cameron, 6, of Bennington, eat pizza and enjoy a presentation by children's author Marty Kelley at the Pierce School in Bennington on Tuesday night.<br/>(Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)
  • Children's author Marty Kelley introduces himself and shares some laughs with a mixed crowd of Pierce School students, parents and faculty on Tuesday night's Literacy Night in Bennington.<br/>(Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)
  • The crowd at the Pierce School listens intently to children's author Marty Kelley, as he discusses how he gets his ideas for books, at Tuesday night's Literacy Night in Bennington.<br/>(Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)
  • Children's author Marty Kelley, far left, gives a presentation to a Pierce School crowd on Tuesday night in Bennington. Kelley spends much of the year giving presentations in various schools about how he creates books, and why it's important to be creative.<br/>(Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)
  • Children's author Marty Kelley fields a question from the audience on Tuesday night during his Literacy Night presentation at Pierce School in Bennington.<br/>(Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)
  • Children's author Marty Kelley gives a presentation to a crowded Pierce School gymnasium in Bennington on Tuesday night. Kelley was visiting to talk about how me makes children's books, and why it's important to be creative.<br/>(Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)
  • Emily Vanderpool, 6, of Bennington, looks over the books on sale with her uncle, Rich Osienski, at Tuesday's Literacy Night presentation by children's author Marty Kelley.<br/>(Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)
  • Cameron Kellogg, 6, of Bennington, enjoys a slice of pizza with his mother, Julie, at Tuesday night's Literacy Night presentation at the Pierce School. Children's author Marty Kelley spoke about his book making process.<br/>(Staff photo by Brandon Lawrence)
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