Lil’ Readers Weather the Storm with Read to Rise
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This story is the sixth part of a year-long series. Read the previous entry here.
Nashville Public Library (NPL) might be closed right now, but that doesn’t mean you have to miss out on your favorite titles.
With our online catalog, you can find plenty of great digital resources to read, play, and even help your kids continue to learn while schools are closed.
On that note — our lil’ readers have found plenty to be excited about as they continue to read along with Read to Rise in this month’s update.
Number of Reading Days Logged: 206
Last Book Read: I Won by Ruth Wielockx
“Ray is still obsessed with vehicles, and he loves this book so much he'll sometimes ask me to read it three times in a row!” said Yurina, Ray’s mother. “It features all kinds of vehicles from scooters, race cars, to planes, and I love that the kids come from diverse backgrounds. It's simple, colorful, and ends on a funny note.”
Favorite Thing from Reading this Month: “These days, whenever we read a lift-a-flap book, he'll start to sing the “Open-Shut” song. He likes doing this with the book, Opposites with Frank Lloyd Wright,” Yurina said.
Poppy and Goldie
Number of Reading Days Logged: 148
Last Book Read: The Hat by Jan Brett
“We always enjoy her intricate illustrations and all the foreshadowing,” said Virginia, Poppy and Goldie’s mother.
Favorite Thing from Reading this Month: “We learned how easy it is to make an apple pie from the book How to Make an Apple Pie and See the World by Marjorie Priceman,” Virginia said.
Connect Your Family with Read to Rise
It’s never fun to be trapped indoors, or have your daily routine interrupted, no matter the reason. But it’s also the perfect opportunity to catch up on some great books and share some moments with your children that will bring you closer together.
And with Read to Rise, you get free prizes for doing just that. Sign up today and we can all weather the storm, together.