Wednesday, 25 August 2021

Why the Free Meals Program could Attract Kids to Come to Library?

novel with title Sabrina and Corina

I went to library yesterday, check a couple novel out for weekend reading. One of the novel is Sabrina and Corina.

The novel seems about family and life, specifically about Latina in Denver, Colorado.

The picture in the book is an eye catching. Even some people said the cover is not always revealing the content, but I always excited about seeing the cover.

I know, a visualize is very important in some part. The novel (cover) may be seen at above picture.

Then, when I stepped out from the library building I saw one sign at front door on the right side under a Southern Magnolia tree.

The sign is standing a little lower, the adults will be ignoring the sign. In my thought the sign must be for the kids. When the kids walk through they will read it.

Here is the sign:


The sign for kids

I remember when I met a young college professor brought three of her kids to the library for this event last year. She said they had never missed the meals.

She had four reasons to brought her kids for free summer meals in the library:

- Number one, her kids were picky eater.

- Number two, she was so busy to cook fresh and nutritious meals for kids everyday.

- Number three, the kids got used to library and enjoy reading books.

- Number four is about social life, her kids made new friends, talked each others, and played together with them.

Free summer meals for kids are for every kid with 1-18 years of age. This program is a part of Summer Food Service Program.

The program is one of projects administered by Food and Nutrition Service US Department of Agriculture (USDA) that serves in 9 location of libraries and public schools in Baton Rouge.

Meals service times on first come-first served basis while all foods last.

12 comments:

  1. Me encanta eso de atraer a los niños a la lectura, dando comida en las bibliotecas a los niños. SE nutren y se forman con la lectura. UN abrazo. Carlos

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      Why the Free Meals Program could Attract Kids to Come to Library?
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      A novel with title Sabrina and Corina

      I went to library yesterday, check a couple novel out for weekend reading. One of the novel is Sabrina and Corina.

      The novel seems about family and life, specifically about Latina in Denver, Colorado.

      The picture in the book is an eye catching. Even some people said the cover is not always revealing the content, but I always excited about seeing the cover.

      I know, a visualize is very important in some part. The novel (cover) may be seen at above picture.

      Then, when I stepped out from the library building I saw one sign at front door on the right side under a Southern Magnolia tree.

      The sign is standing a little lower, the adults will be ignoring the sign. In my thought the sign must be for the kids. When the kids walk through they will read it.

      Here is the sign:

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  2. Muito bom programa, se as crianças estão bem alimentadas com certeza terá mais concentralização na leitura.

    Tenha uma boa noite.
    beijos

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      Why the Free Meals Program could Attract Kids to Come to Library?
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      The sign for kids

      I remember when I met a young college professor brought three of her kids to the library for this event last year. She said they had never missed the meals.

      She had four reasons to brought her kids for free summer meals in the library:

      - Number one, her kids were picky eater.

      - Number two, she was so busy to cook fresh and nutritious meals for kids everyday.

      - Number three, the kids got used to library and enjoy reading books.

      - Number four is about social life, her kids made new friends, talked each others, and played together with them.

      Free summer meals for kids are for every kid with 1-18 years of age. This program is a part of Summer Food Service Program.

      The program is one of projects administered by Food and Nutrition Service US Department of Agriculture (USDA) that serves in 9 location of libraries and public schools in Baton Rouge.

      Meals service times on first come-first served basis while all foods last.

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  3. Bonito programa, por acá los niños ya no leen libros, solo juegan en su a iPod... Saludos amiga.

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      Why the Free Meals Program could Attract Kids to Come to Library?
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      A novel with title Sabrina and Corina

      I went to library yesterday, check a couple novel out for weekend reading. One of the novel is Sabrina and Corina.

      The novel seems about family and life, specifically about Latina in Denver, Colorado.

      The picture in the book is an eye catching. Even some people said the cover is not always revealing the content, but I always excited about seeing the cover.

      I know, a visualize is very important in some part. The novel (cover) may be seen at above picture.

      Then, when I stepped out from the library building I saw one sign at front door on the right side under a Southern Magnolia tree.

      The sign is standing a little lower, the adults will be ignoring the sign. In my thought the sign must be for the kids. When the kids walk through they will read it.

      Here is the sign:

      Delete
  4. Hello!
    Great post. I really like your blog, it's interesting and inspiring! Really amazing post!
    I wish you all the best!
    Greetings from Poland!

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      Why the Free Meals Program could Attract Kids to Come to Library?
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      The sign for kids

      I remember when I met a young college professor brought three of her kids to the library for this event last year. She said they had never missed the meals.

      She had four reasons to brought her kids for free summer meals in the library:

      - Number one, her kids were picky eater.

      - Number two, she was so busy to cook fresh and nutritious meals for kids everyday.

      - Number three, the kids got used to library and enjoy reading books.

      - Number four is about social life, her kids made new friends, talked each others, and played together with them.

      Free summer meals for kids are for every kid with 1-18 years of age. This program is a part of Summer Food Service Program.

      The program is one of projects administered by Food and Nutrition Service US Department of Agriculture (USDA) that serves in 9 location of libraries and public schools in Baton Rouge.

      Meals service times on first come-first served basis while all foods last.

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  5. Great post. I really like your blog

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      Why the Free Meals Program could Attract Kids to Come to Library?
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      A novel with title Sabrina and Corina

      I went to library yesterday, check a couple novel out for weekend reading. One of the novel is Sabrina and Corina.

      The novel seems about family and life, specifically about Latina in Denver, Colorado.

      The picture in the book is an eye catching. Even some people said the cover is not always revealing the content, but I always excited about seeing the cover.

      I know, a visualize is very important in some part. The novel (cover) may be seen at above picture.

      Then, when I stepped out from the library building I saw one sign at front door on the right side under a Southern Magnolia tree.

      The sign is standing a little lower, the adults will be ignoring the sign. In my thought the sign must be for the kids. When the kids walk through they will read it.

      Here is the sign:

      Delete

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