Early Learning Public Library Partnership
Public libraries are full, essential partners in the early learning movement in Washington State.
The Early Learning Public Library Partnership strengthens the ability of public libraries to fully participate in the advancement of early learning in Washington State.
- The public libraries are recognized by early learning professionals, decision makers and the public for their work in early learning.
- Public libraries are members of local and statewide early learning coalitions throughout Washington State.
- Public libraries continue to grow resources for early learning services and influence in the Washington State Early Learning Community.
Joining the ELPLP:
Interested in learning more about how your library system can join the Early Learning Public Library Partnership? Contact Susan Yang at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Next Upcoming Meeting:
Early Learning Public Library Partnership Meeting
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
4PM - 5PM
Dumas Bay Conference Center
3200 Southwest Dash Point Road
Federal Way, WA 98023
Ready to Learn, Ready to Read Brochure
The Ready to Learn, Ready to Read brochure is a free guide from the Early Learning Public Library Partnership. This brochure features helpful tips for parents and caregivers on how public libraries can support your child's learning. Read it, share it, and pass it on to others!
To download or order printed copies in English, Spanish and Chinese, click here.
Library Fast Facts
Discover the important role libraries play in the learning of babies and very young children. Click here to download this free PDF fact sheet.
Suggested Books to Read and Share from ELPLP Members
Go to the library and check-out these books! All of the books and music suggestions are appropriate for children six and under. Click here for the list.
You can also check our blog for new titles & reviews!
ELPLP Member Library Systems