Flooded Paterson library hopes book d...

Flooded Paterson library hopes book drive will put city kids on path to literacy

There are 3 comments on the NorthJersey.com story from Feb 20, 2013, titled Flooded Paterson library hopes book drive will put city kids on path to literacy. In it, NorthJersey.com reports that:

The building is wrecked, but as the city's library system readies a smaller replacement, it is teaming up with The Record and Herald News and the libraries of Ridgewood and Fair Lawn on something more - a book drive that aims to give as many Paterson children as possible a book to take home.

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Felis74

Roselle Park, NJ

#1 Feb 20, 2013
"Reading is fundamental." - President Gerald R. Ford
newswatch

Clifton, NJ

#2 Feb 21, 2013
Reading is so important. Remember President Ford came to Paterson and lifted our local spirits. Read!
Felis74

Roselle Park, NJ

#3 Feb 21, 2013
newswatch wrote:
Reading is so important. Remember President Ford came to Paterson and lifted our local spirits. Read!
Yes, reading is very important!

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