Library Experiences That Engage Young Readers
October 7, 2015
Getting children into the library is one of the first steps to getting them reading. Sometimes, even the most reluctant readers respond to library programs that bring reading to life. Have a small staff or a small budget? These programs don’t have to be resource intensive and often you can find partners in your community to help out. Amanda Moss Struckmeyer will present numerous ideas that can help kids in your community discover their deepest interests and a passion for reading.
- To select topics and create engaging in-library programs
- From examples of successful passive programs
- How you can create partnerships and increase your reach into your community
- Ways to help young readers discover interests