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Cuddle Up & Read, SDPL: Storytimes for Pregnant and Parenting Teens Kirby McCurtis San Diego Public Library
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Taking the library to the teens Books, rhymes, finger play, music & movement
19 storytime boxes each contain: 48 board books 12 finger puppets 12 props
74 bags distributed 581 books given for home libraries
Rhyme & Activity Cards
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THANK YOU! Yes, he’s winking at you
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