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Mother/daughter read together | Preston Citizen

Mother/daughter read together

July 3, 2012
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By TERESA CHIPMAN

Citizen staff writer

The Larsen-Sant Library offers a book program for girls age 8-12 and their mothers, grandmothers or a caring adult.

The book group meets and discusses an assigned book the third Thursday of every month from 7-8 p.m. They then move to an activity based on the book and finish with a food item, also from the book.

The group does take a short summer break and will resume with a “kick off” in September when the first book of the new season will be assigned.

Mothers and daughters move to an activity, based on a book they have read, as part of a program for girls at the Larsen-Sant Library.

Interested parties can sign up at the library. “The best reward is doing something together with your daughter,” said Penny Wright, who leads the discussions.

Jill Meek works with her daughters Haily, 8, and Seige, 10, on an activity at the Lasen-Sant Library recently.

The first four books to be read beginning in September are: “Little House on the Prairie,” by Laura Ingals Wilder; “Beezus and Ramona,” by Beverly Cleary; “Nancy Drew, The Secret of The Old Clock,” by Carolyn Keene; and “Palace Beautiful,” by Sarah Deford Williams.

This story is sponsored by That Famous Preston Night Rodeo.


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