January 21, 2012
Remy Joe shows his castle cannon design (in yellow), that rotates at the bottom of a tower. The blocks provide children with a chance to build, sort and develop spatial skills, as well as encourage fathers to create projects with their kids, librarian Liz George said. 'It just has a real kind of boy feel to it. And we want to see more dads engaged. And sometimes crafts and valentines don't do that. But blocks do," George said.
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Kids work on a colorful castle Saturday during "Block 'n' Roll" at the Walla Walla Public Library. The event, held every Saturday from 10-11:30 a.m., involves hundreds of blocks that kids - and their imaginations - can turn into creative structures, devic