Do you wonder what age is appropriate to introduce children to library books? The truth is that you are never too young to be a library user. Even though an infant cant read or check out materials, library books should still be an important part of their world. As adults it is hard to remember that every aspect of reading has been taught to you how to hold a book; to read from front to back and left to right so getting an early start is critical. Plus books and reading become a source of enjoyment as you spend time together sharing stories and learning about new things. At Cole Library we understand the challenges of sharing books with our youngest readers the chewing, the throwing, the grabbing so we have a selection of board books available. Board books are a small, thick cardboard book with specially laminated pages to withstand rough handling. This fall we have added several new titles to our board book collection. To check out these titles go online to www.colelibrary.org and click on curbside pickup. In the Title line write Board Book Bundle and we will have books for you and your child to enjoy together. Curbside pickup is available Monday 10 6, Tuesday and Wednesday 10 4. New titles are: Spooky Pookie Sandra Boynton; Follow Your Dreams, Little One, Vashti Harrison; Biscuit Visits the Pumpkin Patch, Alyssa Capucilli; Hello Elephant, Sam Boughton; Dream Big, Vashti Harrison; BOO: Peek-a-Flap, Rosa Feder; Youre My Little Pumpkin Pie, Natalie Marshall; Hello Dinosaurs, Sam Boughton; Open the Garage Door, Christopher Santoro; Hide and Seek Harry at the Beach, Kenny Harrison; What Does an Anteater Eat, Ross Collins.

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