Early Learning Community

Tips and resources to support children birth to age five

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Libraries & Young Children

Public libraries are a great place for you to kick start your child's learning. Libraries have books and materials for everyone—parenting books, baby and toddler books, board books, videos, internet access, and more. Join this group to learn more

Website: http://www.earlylearning.org/elplp
Location: Washington State
Members: 18
Latest Activity: Apr 10, 2012

Ready to Learn, Ready to Read!



Download the Ready to Learn, Ready to Read brochure from the Early Learning Public Library Partnership. The brochure features helpful tips for parents and caregivers on what they can find at their public libraries. Read it, share it, and pass it on to others!

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This Early Learning Community group is organized by the Early Learning Public Library Partnership, with 25 25 library system members. To learn more about the group or how your library system can join, please visit www.earlylearning.org/elplp.

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Book Recommendations

Listed below are book lists recommended by Puyallup Public Library, a member of the…Continue

Tags: list, book, books, recommended

Started by Foundation for Early Learning Jan 5, 2010.

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Comment by Beatrix Tambunan on April 10, 2012 at 5:50am

Just donated my 2nd children's book, "Moon Girl" to the Boston Public Library. Very happy that I will be on the list of readers. This book teaches early learners on self worth and relationships,http://www.amazon.com/Moon-Girl-self-worth-valuable-relationships/d...

Comment by Foundation for Early Learning on December 28, 2009 at 12:14pm
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