Have you found KP2?

KP2 in stacks.jpg
Find me somewhere in the library!
Though he has survived being attacked by his mother, surfing with children, flown out of his native Hawaii and placed in a research facility, KP2 has never met a human he did not like. Now KP2 is in Albertsons Library, waiting to make new friends.

In past years Albertsons Library has participated in Campus Read events and outreach efforts by hiding a plush animal in the book stacks for students to find (2012-2013, 2013-2014). 

We continue on with this tradition with our cute KP2; he’s visited Walden Pond and the Scottish coast, panned for gold, and has read about different mariners throughout time. 

Students may find KP2 anywhere in the library where he is curiously reading up on different topics and people. 

They can also read more about KP2 the seal in this year’s Campus Read, The Odyssey of KP2: An Orphan Seal and a Marine Biologist’s Fight to Save a Species by Terrie M. Williams, which can be checked out from the library.

People who find KP2 should bring him to the Circulation Desk, where they will be awarded with a prize. Then KP2 will travel again to another part of the library to be found by another friend.

If you find KP2, share with us on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram, #FriendofKP2 #CampusRead @BSULibrary.

Mary Aagard,
Access Services

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