Tag Archives: Paws to Read

Paws-ing to Read this Summer at Mentor Library

So you want to get your children involved in summer reading, but they’re reticent readers. Perhaps, it’s difficult to motivate them or they simply get nervous when they have to read in front of an audience. Have you considered having them … Continue reading

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Puppy love at the library

I know I’ve written about our Paws to Read program, but I’m not missing any opportunities to share photos of kids reading to dogs. It’s beyond cute. It’s cute2! Paws to Read pairs young readers (between the ages of six … Continue reading

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Anything is paws-ible with a good book and a good dog

I’ve mentioned Paws to Read before, and I’m going to mention it again sometime soon; because it’s a great program, and I want as many people as possible to know about it. Paws to Read is for readers between the … Continue reading

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Paws to Read: The Difference a Dog Makes

Taylor didn’t like reading in front of people. She could read the words as well as any kindergartener, but it made her nervous when someone listened, her mother Donna explained. Then Donna found the least judgmental audience in the world … Continue reading

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Paws to Read returns to Mentor Library

As you’ve already surmised from the headline and the caption above, one of our favorite programs is back. After a holiday sabbatical, Paws to Read returns Jan. 21 at our Main Branch. Paws to Read pairs young readers (between the ages … Continue reading

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