Elementary School student Olivia McConnell made national headlines last year with her efforts to have the wooly mammoth named the state fossil. This year, McConnell takes those efforts and proves anything is possible - even for a little girl - by releasing a book inspired by her journey to pass the bill.
Elementary School student Olivia McConnell made national headlines last year with her efforts to have the wooly mammoth named the state fossil. This year, McConnell takes those efforts and proves anything is possible - even for a little girl - by releasing a book inspired by her journey to pass the bill. Donna Tracy
Elementary School student Olivia McConnell made national headlines last year with her efforts to have the wooly mammoth named the state fossil. This year, McConnell takes those efforts and proves anything is possible - even for a little girl - by releasing a book inspired by her journey to pass the bill. Donna Tracy

9-year-old writes book about getting woolly mammoth named state fossil

May 31, 2015 08:31 AM

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