Small Talk: Why is it important for young kids to read and receive Imagination Library books?
Sunday, March 19, 2017
T-G Photos by Christina Warinner
Liberty students participated in a Read-A-Thon to benefit Imagination Library during Read Across America Week, raising nearly $2,500.
So they can read better and faster when the grow up.
If they don’t read when they are younger, it will be harder to read when they get older.
So they can get a good education.
They will need to learn to read so they can read signs and food labels.
So when they grow up they can read to pay bills and so they don’t get in trouble.
It helps them to learn words and understand important things. It helps them to have goals to reach.
It is important to get books from Imagination Library because not everyone has money to go out and buy books and kids need more to read.
They can have more experience with reading.
Because that’s their childhood. I grew up with those books and they help you learn to read. It provides an early start for them. When they get to school and kindergarten, there is a lot of reading.