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Heplful Articles on Early Literacy in Public Libraries

Early Literacy: Ideas and Sources for Something We’ve Been Doing All Along

Powerpoint Program for the 2013 West Virginia Library Association Spring Fling

Parents, Children, Libraries and Reading. A New Report from the Pew Reasearch Center

Parents of minor children have a special relationship with libraries. Most believe libraries are very important for their children and provide extra resources that are not available at home. Parents are also more likely than other adults to use libraries for services ranging from book borrowing to accessing the internet to attending classes and events – and mothers are considerably more engaged with libraries than fathers.

Books of Early Literacy at WV Library Commission

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