Share interactive rhymes and songs and meet new friends. Children and adults will use books to expand their imaginations and develop early literacy skills. Reading together is the single most important activity that you can do to help your child get ready to read.
We have lots to say about our wonderful Advocate of the Year nominees, and could (and already have) dedicated pages and pages to writing about their contributions. For this blog post, though, we’re sticking to the highlights.
Dutian Zeng, a language volunteer at CLP – Main in Oakland, was named 2016 Advocate of the Year and teens Honesty and Hope LaGrande from East Liberty were named 2016 Teen Advocates of Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh.