That simple belief is at the heart of Project Open Book (POB). Even in the age of iPhones and eReaders, the number of books in a child’s home is a key predictor of his or her future success in school and life. POB strives to:
Read more about why having books in the home is so important for early learners.
You can help the children of Dauphin County by becoming a Project Open Book sponsor.
Join us in our quest to connect kids with books at The Library
Deadline: October 15 for following year
Deadline: February 1 for current SRC and following year WRC
Deadline: August 1 for current year’s CBWJanuary 2 for current year’s OBEYCOngoing for Paws 2 Read
Deadline:August 1 for current year’s CBWJanuary 2 for current year’s OBEYCOngoing for Paws 2 Read
For more information, contact Karen Cullings, Community Relations Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 234-4961 x 104.
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Make a Donation
Encourage Future Readers
Honor Someone Special
Purchase Books for Children
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2nd Century Campaign
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Share a Library Story
Partners at the Library
How to Make a Gift
Questions about Donating
Become a Sustaining Donor
Project Open Book
Remembering the Library in your Will
Establish an Endowment
New Cardholder Bags
Library Visit Bags
Back-to-School Kindergarten Registration Bags
Open for Discovery Bags
Open for Discovery Crates
Project Open Book Sponsorships
Joan Y. Leopold Children’s Book Week
One Book, Every Young Child
Paws 2 Read
Summer Reading Club
Winter Reading Club
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