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Read To A Dog; Pima County Library

Read to a Dog program gives literacy a boost

Read to a Dog program gives literacy a boost

Therapy dog Keiko helps children improve their reading skills as part of the Read to a Dog program. Reading out loud improves reading skills, and animals are ideal reading companions because they allow kids the chance to read to a nonjudgmental listener, according to the library's website ab…

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Read to a Dog program gives literacy a boost

Read to a Dog program gives literacy a boost

Moira Walker, 9, searches for a prize as library associate Rachel Garman signs Moira's Certificate of Recognition.

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Read to a Dog program gives literacy a boost

Read to a Dog program gives literacy a boost

Phoebe Jones, 4, gently pets Chi Chi as Karen Cooper of Pet Partners reads at the Murphy-Wilmot Library.

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Read to a Dog program gives literacy a boost

Read to a Dog program gives literacy a boost

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