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Reading to dogs at Oshkosh Public Library improves literacy skills

8:25 PM, Jan. 29, 2013
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Man's best friend can be a child's best bet for learning to read better with the Oshkosh Public Library's Read to a Dog program.

Read to a Dog pairs children with trained reading/therapy dogs to improve literacy skills. Sessions are available by appointment at (920) 236-5208. Registration is required. The program is open to children of all ages. The current session runs through April 15.

According to Sandy Joseph, Oshkosh Public Library children's librarian, reading to a dog is a fun and effective way for children who struggle with reading to build both skills and confidence. ...

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