For 4-year-old Cadynce Nettles a Saturday morning walk in the park took on new meaning March 7 as the New Port Richey Public Library celebrated the opening of a permanent installation called StoryWalk at the James E. Grey Preserve. Her mom, Amy Garton, could barely keep up with Cadynce, who bounded down the trail looking for the next page of a rhyming book called, The Busy Tree, by Jennifer Ward. “I love it,” Garton said. “It’s so much fun — the different ways the kids can interact with it (the story) out here in the park.” The library’s StoryWalk is part of a larger concept created in 2007 by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, Vermont, and developed in collaboration with the Vermont Bicycle & Pedestrian Coalition and the Kellogg Hubbard Library. Books are literally taken apart and made into a series of stops along walking and biking paths as a way to get kids to get up and move. The trademarked StoryWalk program has since cropped up in localities throughout the United States and in other countries.