ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) -- Teens can earn a chance to board Lady Gaga's Born Brave Bus when the singer's tour stops in St. Paul next month.
The St. Paul Public Library is featuring A.S. King's book about bullying, war and family, "Everybody Sees the Ants," under its Read Brave program. Teens who read the book and respond to it have a chance to get on board the Born Brave Bus when Lady Gaga comes to Xcel Energy Center on Feb. 6.
Responses must be submitted digitally but can range from poetry to photography. The library is accepting responses from Jan. 19 through Feb. 1.
The Born Brave Bus is tailgating outside Lady Gaga's U.S. concerts and giving young people a place to learn about anti-bullying, suicide prevention and mental health services.
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