Read to a Dog – Maggie
Feb 10, 2016— 5:00 pm
Other upcoming dates: Mar 02, 2016, Mar 09, 2016, Mar 16, 2016, Mar 23, 2016, Mar 30, 2016, Apr 06, 2016, Apr 13, 2016, Apr 27, 2016, May 04, 2016, May 11, 2016, May 18, 2016, May 25, 2016, Jun 01, 2016, Jun 08, 2016
Lewiston Public Library is offering children the opportunity to practice their reading skills by reading aloud to Maggie, a Golden Retriever therapy dog. Reading to a dog? That’s right! The chance to interact one-to-one with a trained dog and the dog’s handler is fun and motivational—another great reason to come to the library.
When children read aloud to dogs, their skills and confidence increase. A dog is a loving and attentive audience and children are empowered to become the teachers, learning vocabulary and comprehension as they explain the story to a new canine friend.
Reading aloud to a dog is a memorable experience. Children retain what they learn because they think and talk about it often. Even the rules of phonetics are easier to remember when pointed out by a furry paw on the page.
To reserve a spot reading to Maggie, email us or call the Children’s Dept at 513-3133.