In the first three years of life, trillions of connections are made between brain cells while the brain grows to three quarters of its adult size. Singing, talking, playing and reading aloud all contribute to brain and language development while building early literacy skills.
"'Read it again!' demands a two year old. There is a good reason for that request: repetition helps the developing brain know which connections to strengthen." School Library Journal, July 2010
Library staff share short books, stories, songs and movement in a 15 minute session. Followed by 15 minutes of playtime!