Every Child Ready to Read® for Spanish-Speaking Communities

Every Child Ready to Read® @ your Library® Toolkit for Spanish-Speaking Communities is now available from the ALA Store (image courtesy of ALA)

Every Child Ready to Read® @ your Library® Toolkit for Spanish-Speaking Communities is now available from the ALA Store (image courtesy of ALA)

ALSC and PLA announced the release of a new Every Child Ready to Read® product. The Every Child Ready to Read® your Library® Toolkit for Spanish-Speaking Communities is now available as a digital download from the ALA Store.

Every Child Ready to Read® is a parent education initiative that stresses that early literacy begins with the primary adults in a child’s life. It empowers public libraries to assume an essential role in supporting early literacy within their community.

The Every Child Ready to Read @ your library Toolkit for Spanish-Speaking Communities contains everything you need to offer Every Child Read to Read programming for your Spanish-Speaking patrons. This digital download is a turnkey product that includes Spanish-language activities and booklists.

Join the ECRR Ning Community

Want to learn what other libraries are doing for Every Child Ready to Read? Join in the Every Child Ready to Read Ning community. The Ning community is a place for individuals to post resources like photos, videos, and booklists. It’s free to join!

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One Response to Every Child Ready to Read® for Spanish-Speaking Communities

  1. David Bird says:

    I am super happy to hear this! I run 3 Spanish speaking programs and storytimes and have been anxiously awaiting the Spanish version of these resources! Thank you!

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