|Studio One features book binding, Hands On Learning Fair|
Learn why one man judges a book by its cover on the next edition of Studio One. When people think of a good book they often refer to the story inside; but for some, how the book is physically put together is more important. Although book binding is a declining trade, one business owner finds himself rebinding the most published book in the world.
Also on the show this week, young children and families enjoyed a day of fun at one of the upper Midwest’s largest festivals celebrating early learning. The 17th annual Hands on Learning Fair in Grand Forks teaches children new skills and gives parents a chance to bring these activities home. Watch how events like these are a great way for families to spend time together.
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