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Jack Radner and his children Phoebe, 2 1/2, and Gus, 5, of Wendell read "Peter Pan" from a small library of books in the cafe of the Village Coop in Leverett. The trio, with no work or school obligations on Tuesday, had just read "Mr. Clumsy" after finishing a late morning snack at the market and health food store. The co-operative, open seven days a week near the corner of Rattlesnake Gutter Road and North Leverett Road, has been a fixture in the area since the late 1970s.
KEVIN GUTTING

Jack Radner and his children Phoebe, 2 1/2, and Gus, 5, of Wendell read "Peter Pan" from a small library of books in the cafe of the Village Coop in Leverett. The trio, with no work or school obligations on Tuesday, had just read "Mr. Clumsy" after finishing a late morning snack at the market and health food store. The co-operative, open seven days a week near the corner of Rattlesnake Gutter Road and North Leverett Road, has been a fixture in the area since the late 1970s. KEVIN GUTTING

On an early afternoon last week, Jack Radner and his children, Phoebe, 2½, and Gus, 5, of Wendell read “Peter Pan,” a book they selected from a small library in the cafe of the Village Coop in Leverett. The trio, with no work or preschool obligations this day, had just read “Mr. Clumsy” after having a snack at the market and health food store. The co-operative, tucked away near the corner of Rattlesnake Gutter and North Leverett roads, has been a fixture in the area since the late 1970s.

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