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February: “Let’s Go to the Library!”
“Children are made readers on the laps of their parents.” –Emilie Buchwald
It’s never too soon to read to your child and instill a lifetime of love for books! Sign up for a library card by bringing a photo ID and proof of current address to your local library. Parents/Guardians must co-sign for minors under 18. Many of the Solano County Libraries offer special story times for Preschoolers age 3-5, Toddler’s age 18-36 months, and even babies age 0-18 months. See the Branch Event Calendar for days and times. http://solanolibrary.evanced.info/signup
Reading right from the start provides many benefits for babies. Reading builds a baby’s language awareness, listening, and memory skills. It also introduces concepts such as stories, letters, colors, and shapes in a fun way. Babies are soothed by the sound and rhythm of their parent’s voice which promotes bonding and closeness. Most of all, reading provides babies information about the world around them and instills a lifelong love of books and learning.
Reach Out & Read: Importance of Reading Aloud
Library of Congress: Selection of Online Books, such as Aesop’s Fables for Children
Solano Library: Get a Library Card – Online Application
For more information visit: www.solanolibrary.com
Additional Observances: Black History Month, Prenatal Infection Prevention Month, Library Lovers Month, National Children’s Dental Health Month.