If you think your parents and teachers are the worst, wait until you hear Matilda’s story!Read More »
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This whimsical tale will tempt even grown ups to build pillow forts and pretend the floor is lava.Read More »
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Action! Mystery! Surfer Dude Pirate Ninjas!Read More »
Research shows one-on-one interaction between parent and child is critical for early learning. You can help your child develop important literacy and pre-reading skills. Five simple practices that help your child get ready to read are: Talking, Reading, Writing, Singing, and Playing.
CADL youth librarians are your partner in developing your child's love of reading.