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|Parents and Libraries|
From help with homework to summer reading programs, from developing emerging literacy skills to aiding in preparing for college, Texas school and public libraries offer kids a wealth of resources and learning opportunities.
As parents, it's often tough to know the full range of opportunities at your disposal. We've created two resource pages to help you connect with your school library and local public library.
|Your Children and Libraries|
Parents, Kids, & Public Libraries
We'd love to hear from you and your kids about what libraries mean to you and what you need from your local libraries. Thank you for using your libraries and THANK YOU for encouraging your child to read, learn, and master the complex world of information today.
Texas librarians are your partners is the critical mission to raise kids equipped and eager for lifelong learning!
For more information, contact Gloria Meraz.
Created on Jul 20, 2010 | Last updated September 26, 2011