Reading Together

PA One Book, Every Young Child

Posted on: April 3, 2009

April is “Month of the Young Child” and in Pennsylvania we celebrate with a program called “One Book, Every Young Child.” Several sponsors send copies of a book to all the child care centers and preschools in the state.  Libraries also have several copies and most are doing some type of children’s programming with the book. This years book is If You Were a Penguin by Wendell and Florence Minor.  For more information go to http://www.paonebook.org/.

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  • Amber: Thanks for sharing my blog with your readers! You summed up the reason for the name better than I've been able to :) Good luck in the giveaway!
  • Musing: I wasn't able to finish Twilight myself, but I'm always glad to hear of young people being turned on to reading. :)
  • juliannahelt: I forgot about Twelve Hats for Lena. It is a great book! Thanks for mentioning it.
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