Libraries hope new parents take book home with baby
Born to Read program aims to educate parents and kids
Jefferson County libraries and the United Way are aiming to put free books into the tiny hands of 10,000 babies born annually in the county's seven maternity hospitals, starting in September. . . . To read the rest of the article click here.
Saturday, August 11, 2007
In the news: Born to Read program
The Birmingham News today reports that Jefferson County Public Library Cooperative's new program for parents and their babies will begin in September.
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