“One Book, Every Young Child” is Pennsylvania’s first collaborative project highlighting the importance of early literacy development in preschoolers. The participating agencies share a mission to foster early childhood literacy and show preschoolers how much fun reading can be. The early learning initiative brings attention to the ways that children develop six early literacy skills and what parents and educators may do to encourage children’s acquisition of the skills.
Libraries will have multiple copies of the book for checkout. And of special interest to our partners in early childhood education, there is an activity-filled Traveling Trunk which they may borrow from their local library! Please contact your local library to learn more or reserve use of the Traveling Trunk.
April 16, 201610:30 - 11:30 amWilliam H. & Marion C. Alexander Family Library
Pennsylvania's One Book, Every Young Child 2016 selection is Kite Day. Written and illustrated by Will Hillenbrand, this picture book is for children ages 3 to 6.
One Book, Every Young Child is a collaboration of the Pennsylvania Department of Education, Pennsylvania Department of Human Services, Children's Museum of Pittsburgh, Please Touch Museum, and State Museum of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania Library Association, Pennsylvania Center for the Book, Pennsylvania Association for the Education of Young Children, The Pennsylvania Child Care Association and PennSERVE.
This program is supported in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act as administered by Pennsylvania's Office of Commonwealth Libraries.
Bear and Mole build a kite and take it out on a windy day, but when the weather suddenly turns stormy there are unexpected consequences for some birds.
For more about this statewide early learning initiative, please go to www.paonebook.org
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