About a dozen children, with parents in tow, showed up at the Cedar Key Public Library Friday afternoon to watch Geddy the Gecko perform.
Geddy and the children danced, listened to short stories and songs about several South American countries. About halfway through the program, Geddy transformed into a larger, puffed up version of himself who promptly moved into a break dance routine that culminated with the oversized reptile spinning on his head.
"There's no way that's happening. Uh uh, I don't believe it," said one of the children from the audience.
Levy County Public Libraries Director Lisa Brasher said the program, which also came to Chiefland and Bronson, was brought to the county by the Putnam, Alachua and Levy (PAL) Library Co-op.