Reading Program Aims to Bond Families through Books
Five Points West Library employee Candace Hardy shares a story
with kids and their parents at Prime Time Family Reading Time.
In April and May, the Five Points West Regional Branch Library ran a series of programs called Prime Time Family Reading Time. At 6:00 p.m. we started with a light dinner for 25 families. After dinner, the group divided into preschool and elementary school groups for storytime. A storyteller and a scholar presented the stories and discussed them with the parents and children. The purpose of this program was to engage parents and children by discussing the stories and encouraging the families to take the example of sharing the stories home with them. This is also a way for the families to bond by reading and learning together. Hopefully, this program has encouraged the families to become active library users for years to come by showing them the resources the library has to offer.
Our next Prime Time Family Reading Time programs will be held in the fall, September 22-October 27, at 6:00 p.m. Please call the Youth Department (205) 226-4017 at the Five Points West Library for more information.
Five Points West Regional Branch Library