Guide aimed at helping children 5 and under discover the joy of reading will be available across Toronto and Ontario
TORONTO, March 19, 2013 /CNW/ - Toronto Public Library is launching Let's Get Ready for Reading: A fun and easy guide to help kids become readers. Together with Toronto Public Health, the library will be bringing this new and innovative publication across Ontario to help children five and under discover the joy of reading. The guide will be widely available in homes, schools, daycares, literacy centres and libraries across Toronto and the province of Ontario.
|When:||Tuesday, March 26, 2013, 10:00 a.m.|
|| Cedarbrae Branch
545 Markham Road (south of Lawrence Avenue East)
|| National literacy expert David Booth
Toronto Public Library Board Chair Paul Ainslie
City Librarian Jane Pyper
Photo Opportunities available:
School children participating in a special Ready for Reading storytime led by a children's librarian.
School children engaging in an illustration demonstration by award-winning children's author and illustrator, Ruth Ohi.
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SOURCE: Toronto Public Library
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