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Card catalog mystery shares anti-bullying message

2:16 PM, May 13, 2013
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Wisconsin author/illustrator Philip Heckman remembers the ancient way of locating books at a library: with a card catalog. Today's teenagers might not appreciate how important this antique contraption was to the avid reader, but with Heckman's help they now have a chance to value a card catalog in a whole new way.

Heckman exhibits his literary and artistic talents in his latest mystery, a traveling book titled "You Will All Be Punished Unless the Guilty Party Confesses."

When Beth Martin, director at Lester Public Library of Arpin, learned about the traveling book, she immediately ...

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