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Wisconsin Bookworms marks 15 years of young child literacy

11:43 AM, May 9, 2013
Jean Schwirtz with students at the CAP Discovery Center in Stevens Point.
Jean Schwirtz with students at the CAP Discovery Center in Stevens Point.
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Remember your favorite childhood storybook? For many people, a special children's book was the spark that ignited a lifelong interest in reading and learning.

Helping children discover good books and the benefits of reading is the goal of the Wisconsin Bookworms program, which celebrates its 15-year anniversary this year. The program provides eight free books per year to children who otherwise might not be able to own books.

Wisconsin Bookworms is a partnership between the Wisconsin Association for Home and Community Education, or WAHCE, University of Wisconsin-Extension Family ...

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