June 15 will be a big deal for the DC Public Library. All across the system, neighborhood libraries will be celebrating “Read-In” day. The Bellevue Library is no exception. On that day, the Bellevue Library’s children room will be partnering with the teen room and giving people an opportunity to read to someone younger than them.
Beginning Tuesday, May 21, 2013, the Bellevue Library Children's Room will be starting a monthly meeting group for parents and other adults who spend time with children that are beginning to interact with books and literacy. If you have an interest in helping your child or other children you know learn to read, or if you find reading picture books to be a fun experience, this is definitely a group you will want to check out. The first meeting will be at 7:30 p.m. on the second floor and will focus on understanding the importance of getting a child to read early in life.
Welcome Spring!It’s about time spring rolled around and D.C. got some warm weather.This spring, the William O. Lockridge/Bellevue Library is celebrating by getting ready for Summer Reading and playing outside! Because May is Physical Fitness and Sports Month, the library children’s room will be displaying information and books about how to play sports as well as showing off some of our collection’s biographies of famous athletes.No matter what sport you are interested in, there’s a book here waiting for you to read it!
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