For the next two weeks, anyone wanting to go for a walk and read a good book can do both at the same  time.

For the fifth time, Hannibal Park and Recreation has set up a Storybook Trail in Central Park.

This time, anyone walking in Central Park through May 4 can pause to read the pages of "Don't Let the Pigeon Stay Up Late!" by Mo Willems.

The pages of the book are posted on signs along the sidewalk in Central Park.

According to Parks & Rec Promotions and Planning Supervisor Mary Lynne Richards, the Storybook Trail is a free, family-oriented activity.

The book is donated by Scholastic; the signs were donated event co-sponsor Park Place Signs.

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