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(Photo Courtesy Erin Loveland)

Teens participating in the Artesia Public Library’s Summer Reading Program pose for a photo after constructing a cosplay outfit from provided supplies Tuesday at the library. After piecing together their creations, the cosplayers battled it out for crafting glory. The Summer Reading Programs for children, teens and adults are ongoing at the library, with events detailed in the Daily Press’ Around Town section.