Is your child shy about reading in front of the class? Maybe a little practice with some furry friends can help. Come on out to the Nolensville Branch Library’s READing Paws program today (Tuesday, Sept. 18) from 6 – 7 p.m. This program allows children to read aloud to Reading Education Assistance Dogs (R.E.A.D.) to help them develop skills and confidence. Anyone can read with Brother and Reuben, two specially trained dogs, who enjoy being read to. Kids love animals and reading to them could be the just what they need.
You can either bring your own book or choose one of theirs. Sessions average 15 minutes. If you don’t get to participate today, there’s another event in October.
Nolensville Branch Library is located at 915 Oldham Drive, Nolensville. Visit them online at wcpltn.org/nolensville_library.