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West Virginia Library Commission

May 16, 2017
By West Virginia Library

The West Virginia Library Commission, provider of condition collection information and services, is pleased to announce Family researching Week: November 15-21.

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With this few days, community libraries encourage parents to read through aloud to their children. As studies have shown, reading to your kid not only encourages speech and language development, and aids self-control and focus. Karen Goff, WVLC Executive Secretary says, “Reading to your kid promotes educational success by building understanding and reasonable reasoning.”

On study for me Day, Thursday, November 19, schools and libraries is going to be hosting their particular activities to advertise reading. Definitely, how to market reading is to get a library card. If you don’t have one, join a library card and then make it element of your child’s routine to stop in and look for brand new publications. It fosters excitement while generating a foundation for educational success!

To learn more on how to market family reading, speak to your regional library.

Western Virginia Library Commission promotes lifelong discovering, individual empowerment, civic involvement and an enriched standard of living by boosting library and information services for several Western Virginians. For more information on the WVLC, kindly check out www.librarycommission.wv.gov or give us a call at 304-558-2041.

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