Puyallup Police Chief Bryan Jeter and Library Services director Patty Ross hold up books that are part of the new Comforting Stories project in Puyallup. The Puyallup Public Library is launching a Comforting Stories project, where children with police intervention receive free books from the library.
Puyallup Police Chief Bryan Jeter and Library Services director Patty Ross hold up books that are part of the new Comforting Stories project in Puyallup. The Puyallup Public Library is launching a Comforting Stories project, where children with police intervention receive free books from the library. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com
Puyallup Police Chief Bryan Jeter and Library Services director Patty Ross hold up books that are part of the new Comforting Stories project in Puyallup. The Puyallup Public Library is launching a Comforting Stories project, where children with police intervention receive free books from the library. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com

Puyallup police team up with library staff to help comfort children in traumatic situations

October 11, 2016 02:46 PM

UPDATED October 12, 2016 10:22 AM

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