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Two year-old Sloane has completed not one, but TWO 1000 Books Before Kindergarten programs at Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System! Congratulations!A two and half year old living in Atlanta, Ga. has completed her second 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten program! Her family, Mom-Brooke, Dad- Chris, Brother-Grant, Family Friend- Madison, have all helped Sloane climb to her goal every 6 months. Sloane and her family have received amazing support from her local Buckhead library, and her Librarian - Ms. Lambert. Her favorite books range from The Spooky Old Tree - Berenstain's, to Mix it up! - Tullet. Sloane has started on her goal of reaching it again 3 times! Way to go Sloane, Keep it up! ... See MoreSee Less

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It's National Library Week and we're highlighting ways public libraries improve the lives of Georgians!

Public libraries support students and curriculum at all educational levels, from early literacy to college.

Learn about how libraries help students succeed: georgialibraries.org/kids/

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It's National Library Week and we're highlighting ways public libraries improve the lives of Georgians!

Libraries impact local economy and workforce development by providing resources for entrepreneurs, workshops to build marketable job skills, hosting computer training, and more.

Pictured is Debi Yorke, Co-owner of Juke N Jive Creamery in Braselton, GA. She recently attended a small business workshop hosted at Hall County Library System.

Read about how libraries impact local economies: georgialibraries.org/libraries-boost-economic-development-and-local-workforce-skills/

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