Use of the library is fine way to enrich your child’s life. It is not possible, or even practical, for parents to provide a child that every book that might interest. Thanks to libraries, this isn’t necessary.
Nearby all communities have a free library, though some of the smaller towns have travelling once.
When you take your child to the library, you may feel strongly tempted to choose his books for him.
Although it is fine to give him suggestions, remember that part of the joy of going some for yourself. Since your youngster may end up with a selection that is not satisfying to him too advanced, you may want to seek the librarians help.
See to that your child known and obeys library rules and that he learns how to take care of books.
If your library is not far from your home allow your child to handle the matter of book borrowing and returning by himself.
It is best to introduce your child joys of reading without insisting that he and books become daily companions. Each child learns in his own special way.