Many young people remember being read to by their parents, whether it's a bedtime story or just a daily activity. Of course, such an activity fades over time, but the Ypsilanti District Library believes that it shouldn't. In fact, it should evolve into a more in-depth experience. In this week's "On the Ground-Ypsi," WEMU's Patrick Campion and Concentrate Media's Sarah Rigg learn all about the "Ypsi Family Read" program from Ypsilanti librarians Jodi Krahnke and Gilliam Ream Gainsley.
Sarah Rigg's Feature Article:Ypsi Family Read aims to involve entire community in family book discussions
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