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Jynae Medina, the 2016 princess for the Yavapai-Apache Nation, recently read to children at the Middle Verde Reservation’s Montessori Children’s House. Reading the book “Coyote: A Trickster Tale from the American Southwest,” the 11-year-old sixth grader at Camp Verde Middle School kicked off her Look for Books campaign, as she hopes to collect 200 books for the new Camp Verde library, scheduled to open on Nov. 5. (Photo by Bill Helm)

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Yavapai-Apache Nation princess collecting books for new Camp Verde library

CAMP VERDE - The library is a great place for a person to find a book.But in Camp Verde, an 11-year-old is looking for books that she can give to the library.

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Yavapai-Apache Nation princess collecting books for new Camp Verde library

CAMP VERDE - The library is a great place for a person to find a book.But in Camp Verde, an 11-year-old is looking for books that she can give to the library.

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Yavapai-Apache Nation princess collecting books for new Camp Verde library

CAMP VERDE - The library is a great place for a person to find a book.But in Camp Verde, an 11-year-old is looking for books that she can give to the library.

Tease photo

Yavapai-Apache Nation princess collecting books for new Camp Verde library

CAMP VERDE - The library is a great place for a person to find a book.But in Camp Verde, an 11-year-old is looking for books that she can give to the library.

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