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Posted: Thursday, March 6, 2014 5:30 pm

The Family Reading Night this Friday shapes up as one of the best ever. The three honored guests who will be there include a search and rescue dog who was a hero after the devastating tornado at Joplin.

The dog is Lily, a weimaraner, who will be brought here by its master and handler, Tara Prosser. The other honored guest will be Carolyn Mueller, an author who wrote the feature, “Lily, a True Story of Courage and the Joplin Tornado.” That series ran for eight weeks in the Weekend Missourian. Carolyn also works as a carnivore (flesh-eating mammal) keeper at the St. Louis Zoo.

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