Livonia library uses parkour for summer reading video - and it's phenomenal

- The Livonia Public Library Branch’s summer reading program uses parkour to get its message across in a new video.

Which it does - and then some.

Parkour is an acrobatic form of moving from point A to B in the most efficient way possible.

In the video (which contains of course, a warning) features trained experts from Phoenix Freerunning Academy taking on the role of librarians jumping, climbing and hurdling through the air.

The video has about 25,000 views and can be seen on the Livonia Public Library website or its Facebook page.

A small sample of the seven-minute video can be seen above with the entire clip below, but for more information on the summer program CLICK HERE.

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