During the month of April libraries all over Ireland will participate in the ‘Right to read at your library’ programme.
Castleisland library will have two ‘Spring into Storytime’ sessions on the following dates: Storytime Adventures with Sinead on Thursday 18th of April at 11.30am for ages four to six years
Funny Stories with Sinead on Saturday 27th Of April at 11.30am for age four to six years.
A National Programme
Spring into Story Time is a national programme delivering a minimum of one children’s story time in every library during the month of April.
Spring into Story Time in April 2017 was the first countrywide focus on story time in public libraries.
Spring into Story Time arose from a recommendation of the Public Libraries Literacy and Reading Development Working Group and the findings of a 2016 pilot initiative.
Open to All
Its goal was to hold at least one story time session in every public library in the country.
Spring into Story Time was designed to be inclusive and open to all. Beyond its comprehensive national goal, individual library services were free to select their markets and local delivery arrangements.
Right to Read Service
Over the past few years Spring into Story Time has become a fundamental part of the Right to Read service with story times being one of the most common and most popular services available to library users.
The number of story times delivered grows each April, providing greater access to this programme to more users.
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