It’s never too early to read!Published Jan 16, 2014 at 11:55 am (Updated Jan 16, 2014 at 11:55 am)
It’s never too early to read!
Peters Township Public Library hosts multiple events for young children with its winter programs for babies through kindergarten, which take place Tuesdays. The programs last nine weeks and began Jan. 6. Sisters Annie, 2, left, and Stella Koch,1, stop playing a game on the computer to check with their mother, Emily Koch of North Strabane Township, while at Peters Township Public Library on Jan. 14. The girls and their mother go to the library at least twice a week.
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Jacob Mongillo, 2, son of Megan and David Mongillo of Upper St. Clair, has his books he planned on checking out at Peters Township Public Library on Jan. 14. Jacob was at the library with his grandparents, Tom and Kathy Bell of Peters Township.
Evan Cantrell, 2, rubs his eyes while trying to stay awake while looking at the pictures in a book at Peters Township Public Library on Jan. 14. Evan was at the library with his grandmother, Joann Cantrell of Peters Township.