The Return of Paws to Read

Cara reads "How do Dinosaurs Go to School?" to Kody.
Cara reads "How do Dinosaurs Go to School?" to Kody.
It's been three months since we posted any photos from Paws to Read, our monthly program that pairs young readers with trained therapy dogs.

If your child can read independently but doesn't like to do it in front of other people, you might try signing them up for Paws to Read. (Especially if your son or daughter is also a dog lover.)

The next session is slated for Feb. 19 at our Main Branch and registration for it begins on Feb. 5.

Registration fills up quickly, so contact the children's department at Mentor Public Library soon if you think you child could benefit from Paws to Read.

There is often a waiting list for the program once registration begins.

For more information on Paws to Read and other children’s programs at Mentor Public Library call (440) 255-8811 ext. or log on to www.mentorpl.org.

And for more photos from our most recent Paws to Read session, visit our Facebook page.

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