- Associated Press - Wednesday, April 23, 2014

NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Graphic design students at Loyola University are bringing to life a group of stories written by second-graders at the International School of Louisiana.

Fifty second-graders wrote the stories in French. Loyola says in a Tuesday news release that the graphic design students animated the works and added English subtitles for the children’s non-French speaking parents.

The animations will be unveiled Monday in Loyola’s J. Edgar & Louise S. Monroe Library.

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