St. Charles City-County Library District is offering a special reading program that will encourage children in preschool through third grade to reading nonfiction books with male reading role models, according to a press release from the Library District.
The program will run in January and February. The Library District hopes that by showing boys and girls that men who they admire read books, they will be motivated to read themselves.
The library has a suggested reading list so that all parents and children can find books they are interested in ranging from sports to science to poetry. The books will also be on display.
Stop by the Kathryn Linnemann or McClay Library Branch and pick up a Just the Facts booklog. Read four fact books and collect a prize.
The Kathryn Linnemann and McClay Library Branches will also host special Just the Facts Nights with activities for dads, uncles, grandpas and boys and girls. The Kathryn Linneman Just the Facts Night will be from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Jan. 19.
For more information, visit the library website at www.youranswerplace.org or call 636-441-2300.