One Book 4 Colorado Available Now
The Summit County Library is participating in the One Book 4 Colorado program now in its sixth year of operation. This year’s book selection is Mouse Mess by Linnea Riley. One Book 4 Colorado gives away 75,000 copies of the book selection to every 4-year-old in the state in English or Spanish. Books are distributed at public and military libraries across the state and participating Denver Preschool Programs.
The distribution of books will take place at Summit County Library’s three locations from April 17 until the program ends May 1. Summit County Library will give out the book to all 4-year-olds during preschool story times. Visit www.onebook4colorado.org for information about events, reading tips, information on early literacy and more.
One Book 4 Colorado is a collaboration of the Colorado State Library, the Denver Preschool Program, the Office of the Lieutenant Governor, the Colorado Department of Education, Serve Colorado, public and military libraries, community organizations, and the private sector. Project sponsors include: Wal-Mart, Anadarko, McDonalds, The Cydney and Tom Marsico Family Foundation, Safeway/Albertsons, The Office of Early Childhood, The Buell Foundation, State Farm, The Junior League of Denver, Kaiser Permanente, Bank of America, Aspen Community Foundation, Teletech, Southwest Airlines, Newmont Mining, The Aaron Harber Show and the Colorado Department of Agriculture.