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Weekly program teaches toddler to not be 'sheepish' about reading

A featured book in a recent Mother Goose Time at the Weaverville library talked about what doggies and babies do. (Photo credit: WLOS staff)

A featured book in a recent Mother Goose Time at the Weaverville library talked about what doggies and babies do.

Thursday mornings program is geared toward babies up to about 18 months old. There's plenty of songs and dancing and, of course, lots of books. Here, they learn the library is a great place to visit.

"We want to instill that coming to the library, looking in books and anything like that that we maybe take for granted or tend to look at as boring, we want the kids to really enjoy it. We want them to come and request books, look for fun in books," Youth Services librarian Ryan Kampert said.

Plus, it's a fun way for the youngsters to learn the different sounds animals make.

The Weaverville library has three weekly story times for small children. And the best thing about the library -- it's free.

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