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New program pairs kids with dogs to improve literacy
CityStream: Bow Wows and Books

There's a fun and unique way to help kids feel more comfortable with books, and it involves a little help from our four-legged friends. Bow Wows and Books is a literacy program where children practice by reading to dogs. The program takes place every other Sunday at the Green Lake and Northgate Branches from 3 to 4 p.m. You can find out the schedule by going to Project Canine's website

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