In The Read-Aloud Handbook, Jim Trelease says, "It's not about teaching your child how to read; it's about teaching a child to want to read." Learning to read is a skill that comes to children at different ages. The reading process builds on skills learned from birth through adulthood. During the fifth and sixth years, continue to build those skills:
Come to the Library, and we will help your children find books to meet their changing interests and needs!
Library staff share picturebooks, stories, interactive music and movement in a 30 minute session. For ages 3 to 6 years.
Kits include books, music CDs and felt stories on a specific theme. Located in the Downtown Library's Children's Center and available for check-out.