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It’s all about how you hold your mouth for Lydia Glenny who was carefully placing a rubber band around the middle of a watermelon as part of an experiment for the children who are participating in the summer reading program “Fizz, Boom, Read,” at the Forrest City Public Library. Glenny and several other children watched as the rubber bands tighten around the watermelon, which eventually caused it to explode. Photo by Fred Conley.

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