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Soboba bookmobile inspires reading

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Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians Special to Valley News Noli Indian School in San Jacinto chose national Read Across America Day to roll out its new...

How children benefit from being read to

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TEMECULA – Reading aloud to children is one of the joys of parenting. All children, whether they’re infants, toddlers or school-aged, can benefit from...

Riverside County Library System to reopen libraries with limited services

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RIVERSIDE – The Riverside County Library System will reopen many of its branches to the public Monday, Feb. 8. The library will offer modified services...

Riverside County Library literacy services support adult learning from home

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RIVERSIDE – Approximately 32% of Riverside County residents’ ability to understand print material is considered “at-risk” according to a study by the Program for the...

Murrieta Public Library offers free access to e-books during the pandemic

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While the Murrieta Public Library is closed to the public, they are offering Freading, an online free reading program that launched Dec. 1. “We got...

Virtual Los Angeles Libros Festival offers bilingual family fun

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LOS ANGELES – Los Angeles Libros Festival will feature live online entertainment for families with children featuring free Spanish-language and bilingual storytelling, performances, workshops...

Hemet Library’s ‘Get Your Comics On’ brings cartoon artists and superhero actors together for...

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The unusual appearance of some Star Wars characters showed up at Hemet Public Library’s “Get Your Comics On” event Saturday, Jan. 11, much to...

Meet author Da Chen at Temecula library, Dec. 16

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TEMECULA – Don’t miss the chance to meet a New York Times bestselling author; come out for “Meet the Author: Da Chen” Monday, Dec....

Little Free Library opens to all at Megan Cope Elementary School

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The unveiling of the “Little Free Library” at San Jacinto’s Megan Cope Elementary School Friday, Nov. 15, brought excitement and curiosity to the school’s...