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West Virginia Family Reads Week Celebrated at OCPL

Posted 11/16/22

West Virginia Family Reads Week Celebrated at OCPL

The Ohio County Public Library is joining with the West Virginia Library Commission in celebrating West Virginia Family Reads Week. The week, which encourages reading and activities between children, families, caregivers, and role models, is being celebrated November 13th-20th.

Reading with role models allows children to see reading as a pleasurable activity and not a chore. Additionally, children who read develop better language skills, perform well academically, and cultivate a love for reading. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends daily reading aloud from birth to grow vocabulary and promote healthy brain development.

The Ohio County Public Library has a display of appropriate books available for WV Family Reads Week that are available now for checkout. Additionally, books are always available at your local library, Libby, and Hoopla to be enjoyed with others.

For more information and fun activities for West Virginia Family Reads Week, CLICK HERE.

Suggested Reading:

Available at the Ohio County Public Library

Stan Lee Presents the Amazing Spider-Man
Nubia. Real One
The Last Thing He Told Me
Redbone : The True Story of a Native American Rock Band
Superman for All Seasons
A Hero's Essence
Ms. Marvel : No Normal
Superman for All Seasons
If I Stay
Frankly in Love
The Rise of Kyoshi
One of Us is Lying
The Family Under the Bridge
Three Times Lucky
The Adventures of Vivian Sharpe: Vegan Superhero
Black Canary : Ignite
Call It Courage


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