Paws 2 Read Program aims to help new readers

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Updated: 12/03/2012 11:58 am
RENO, Nev. (KRNV & -- Six libraries have the Paws 2 Read program which is a reading program designed to help beginning readers learn better. The program is put on by Paws 4 Love.

Each month, therapy teams visit participating libraries where dogs lend an ear to beginning readers. After reading to a dog, children receive a free book to keep. The program takes places the second Saturday of every month.

•11:00 a.m., North Valleys Library, 775-972-0281
1075 North Hills Blvd # 340, Reno

•11:00 a.m., Sierra View Library, 775-827-3232 *New Day and Time*
4001 S. Virginia Street, Reno

•11:30 a.m., South Valleys Library, 775-851-5190
15650A Wedge Parkway, Reno

•11:30 a.m., Northwest Reno Library, 775-787-4100 2325 Robb Drive, Reno

•Noon, Sparks Library, 775-352-3200 1125 12th Street, Sparks

2nd Sunday Every Month

•2:00 p.m., Spanish Springs Library, 775-424-1800
7100A Pyramid Lake Highway, Sparks

Paws 2 Read is a service project for the Paws 4 Love organization and the library is a proud partner.

Please call your local library or visit our website, for program schedules and other information. For more information about Paws2Read and Paws 4 Love please visit, or call (775) 826-5199.

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