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    Book lovers of all ages lined up before doors opened for the Friends of the Fresno County Public Library’s seventh annual Big Book Sale at Sierra Vista Mall on Thursday morning. Fresno County Librarian spokesman Rocky Vang says the number of donated books is over 270,000, up from 200,000 last year. The sale runs through Sunday.

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    Parker Rogers, 14, submitted a story to Petco about how his rescue dog, Toby, instinctively learned to detect his seizures. The story won a $5,000 grant for Labrador Retriever Rescue of Fresno from the Petco Foundation. Rogers' family adopted the Toby from Labrador Retriever Rescue.