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Spring into Story Time is a celebration of families reading together that is running in public libraries countrywide throughout April.

Library story times are popular with many parents, who use them in the spring as a fun tester for pre-school and school.

“Our parents know that the earlier they start reading to their child, the greater the impact it will have on their child’s development and the longer it will last” said librarian Margaret Ryan.

Spring into Storytime is organised by Tipperary County Council Library Service as part of its Right to Read Campaign.

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Join us on Saturday the 14th of April at 3pm, for a special fancy dress story time in Cashel Library.

This is a free event, but places are limited, so booking is essential. Contact us on 062 63825 to book your place.

Carrick On Suir Library
Favourite stories..old and new..
Wednesday 11th April 2018

11.30 am-12.30pm Ages 1-8
3.30 pm-4.30pm Ages 8+

All children and parents / carers are welcome.

Booking is essential, as places limited. Ask at the desk, or phone 051-640591.

Back by popular demand is Nenagh library’s ‘Spring into Storytime’ on Friday, 6th April.

Part of a nationwide initiative to encourage adults and children to read together at home ‘Spring into Storytime’ will also provide a welcome distraction for busy parents trying to entertain the little ones over the Easter holidays.

With three different storytelling sessions, at 10.30am / 11.30am and 2.30pm, interspersed with arts / crafts and colouring, as well as our kids draw for yummy prizes, Friday 6th April  promises to be a fun family day during the Easter break.

And best of all?  It’s free!

 Clonmel Library
Storytime in Clonmel Library on Thursdays 5th, 12th, 19th and 26th of April at 4 pm.

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