Niagara Falls: Growing Readers

June 2005
Access (1204-0472);Summer2005, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p7
Reports that the Niagara Falls Public Library partnered with local agencies in Ontario to present the second annual 'Literacy Day at the Library' program in April 2005. Key features of the literacy program; Key public personalities who participated in the event; Implications on public libraries and education.


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