Castro Valley Library


Paws to Read by nsilva1
Thursday, May 6, 2010, 11:30 am
Filed under: Children, Programs

 Our inaugural Paws to Read program kicked off on Monday and judging by the excitement of the kids, the adults, and the dogs themselves, it looks like we’ll have a pretty popular program on our hand.  Festivities started at 6:30 when we matched up eager younger readers with their canine companion.  For 25 minutes the kids got to read dog themed books to their new four legged friend.  Afterwards, families were invited in to take pictures with their child and the dog.

Our next Paws to Read Program will be Monday, June 7th.  Sign ups for this session start on Thursday, May 6th

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Hi,

I’d like to bring Beaumont, my Newfoundland to participate on June 7th. We were so sorry not to be able to come on Monday. It looks like so much fun! Beau adores children and would be thrilled. He also fancies himself something of a literary sort of dog. Can we talk to someone about the program and what we need to do? We live in Dublin. My daytime phone is 925.423.5058. Thank you!

Comment by Anne Anderson

[…] With all the cat drama, we got a really late start, and when we got there, it was almost time for Paws to Read to start, and Rebecca decided to try it out. It was really sweet, she read a Mr. Putter and Tabby […]

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