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Tail Waggin' Tutor Program Helps Kids Bone Up On Reading

June 21, 2014, 9:07 AM

Tail Waggin' Tutor Program Helps Kids Bone Up On Reading

The Tail Waggin’ Tutor program is back at the Siouxland Libraries.

The program gives children the opportunity to practice reading with a furry friend by their side. You can reserve a 15 minute one-on-one session at the following branches:

  • Caille – 605-367-8144
  • Main – 605-367-8710
  • Oak View – 605-367-8060
  • Prairie West – 605-978-6899
  • Ronning – 605-367-8140
  • Brandon – 605-582-2390

Registration is required and spots are limited. Dates and times vary at the different branches. To register, just call or visit a participating library.

For more information call 605-367-8710 or visit

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