Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 July 2012 12:07
September 8 is International Literacy Day! Literacy means being able to read and write. At Pioneer Library we provide free, confidential Literacy Services to adults wanting to improve their English, develop reading and writing skills, or promote reading as a family activity. We also have a large selection for beginning readers. Check out these titles to get you started.
Looking for a way to make a difference? Volunteer to become a tutor and share your skills. Join us for a Tutor Training Session in the Norman Library on Saturday, September 8!
The Blue Wish by Mary Tilworth
A blue wish is born, and is visited by all of the wish-sitters before it sets off on a journey to come true.
DC Superfriends Flying High by Nich Eliopulos
The Super Friends stop the evil Penguin from robbing the bank and protect Gotham City.
The Berenstain Bears Big Bear, Small Bear by Stan Berenstain
Papa and Brother Bear demonstrate the difference between big and small with a variety of objects from hats and heads to suits of clothes.
My Day by Deborah Lock
Take a fun-filled trip through a toddler's day: from breakfast and getting dressed to playground visits and bedtime.
An Annoying ABC by Barbara Bottner
When Adelaide annoys Bailey, their entire preschool class gets upset, one child after another, until Zelda zaps Adelaide and a round of apologies begins.
Look for the Lorax by Tish Rabe
Easy-to-read, rhyming text introduces the Lorax and the place he calls home.
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