Family Read-Aloud 2013
What is Family Read-Aloud?
Sign up:* Your family* Your Class* ¡A leer en familia!
Print:* A Read-Aloud House* A Read-Aloud Reading Log
Videos:* Interview with Mrs. Dr. Seuss * Bringing Up Baby* Toddling Toward Reading* Finding the Right Book
Read & Feed:* Bring food to the library
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Read-Aloud photos on Flickr
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Parents, Kids & Reading:* 10 Great reasons to read aloud to babies* 10 Great reasons to read aloud to children* Getting Ready to Read* Reading Tips from Mother Goose
Booklists:* Read-Aloud Books* Sing Along Stories* Toddler Booklists* 100 Books Every Child Should Hear Before Starting School
Read-Aloud Activities at the Library
Join the Family Read-Aloud program and make reading aloud with your family a part of every day—family fun time that also promotes early literacy and reading success.
March 2 through April 12, participate in reading activities and reading-related programs in all 27 Timberland library branches in Thurston, Mason, Grays Harbor, Lewis, and Pacific counties.
Family Read-Aloud focuses mainly on younger children, infants to children in grade three. The program opens and closes with nationwide reading celebrations. March 2 is Dr. Seuss's Birthday/Read Across America Day and April 12 is Beverly Cleary's Birthday/D.E.A.R. (Drop Everything and Read) Day. Families and childcare providers can begin signing up on March 1 at any Timberland library and receive a free packet of program materials.