Take Them to the Library!: Early Years and Children's Libraries download epub
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Many libraries run book clubs just for children, with regular meetings to encourage young readers to make new friends and discover a range of books, from classics to the contemporary. Some libraries have their own book club scheme, but lots follow the Reading Agency’s Chatterbooks programme, for children aged four to 12: around 9,000 kids belong to a club. E-readers can help to get reluctant readers interested in books, and are handy for summer holidays when you’re limited on luggage space, and libraries now loan e-books, including children’s titles
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