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Building a Home Library

There’s no better time to add to your home library with books recommended by the the American Library Association.
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This is Children’s Book Week. There’s no better time to add to your home library with books recommended by the the American Library Association. Here you’ll find lists for ages 0-3, 4-7, 8-ll, and 12-14. The lists include contemporary books along with well-loved classics that shouldn’t be missed. Find mysteries, non-fiction, multi-cultural books and just plain, good reads. Even if you can’t add all these books to your library, you have a good guide of books to check out of the library.

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