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Find a Book Buddy!

Encourage older siblings to read to younger ones. This will entertain both children while building confidence and strengthening reading skills in the older child.

Find a Book Buddy!

Encourage older siblings to read to younger ones. This will entertain both children while building confidence and strengthening readings skills in the older child.

Label It!

Label everyday objects around your house like tables, chairs and doors. Young children will learn to  make the connection between the printed word and the object. This is a critical step to becoming a reader in later years.

Read to your Child

Read to your child often and in any language. Keep reading to them as long as they are interested, even if they can read on their own. Parents who read to their children regularly with expression and enthusiasm help to build vocabulary and many more important reading skills. Children with good language skills are more likely to do well in school. Best of all is the gift of time spent with a loved one.

Give the gift of reading!

There are few gifts that can have such a lasting impact on a child's future as the gift of books or magazines. Encourage friends and relatives to give books and magazines as gifts. If you participate in the London Public Library's Book For Every Child ® campaign, you can share your love of reading with a child from a home with no books.