‘One Book 4 Colorado’ Promotes Early Childhood Reading Statewide

In Blog, Community News, Events, Things to Do on April 8, 2014 by Community Expert Team
‘One Book 4 Colorado’ Promotes Early Childhood Reading Statewide

Libraries all over the Denver metro are starting to initiate an early reading program available to all young children. The Arapahoe Library in Centennial, better known as Smoky Hill, is starting the ‘One Book 4 Colorado’, which promotes new books to their 4-year-old guests! This is now becoming a statewide event to support reading at home, and continue the love for reading in Colorado.

 

 

You are welcome to visit the local library to get more information on the program! Bring your child in anytime between April 7th through the 21st to pick up a copy of the current book offering (in English or Spanish) before they are gone. They are expected to hand out at least 4,000 books this year to kids!

 

 

An idea that was a combined effort between Lt. Gov. Joe Garcia’s office, Serve Colorado, and Reach Out, is now a plan of action! One Book 4 Colorado is available at the Centennial Smoky Hill Library located at 5430 S Biscay Circle. Head on down there today to ensure your 4-year-old gets a copy of Grumpy Bird – there will be discussions held too!


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