LEEP - Library Experiences Especially for Preschoolers
What is LEEP?
LEEP stands for Library Experiences Especially for Preschoolers. It is brought to you by the Central Rappahannock Regional Library. The LEEP program provides resources to help the early childhood community bring books and stories to preschoolers.
Who runs Project LEEP?
Jo-Ann Lawson is the LEEP librarian. You can reach her by emailing email@example.com, by phone at 540-834-0623 ext.223, or at the LSC (
What does LEEP provide?
1. Free workshops for childcare providers, offered twice a year at the Headquarters Library. Each workshop concentrates on a different aspect of using books with young children, from making puppets to telling stories to using books to explain difficult situations. Two hours of continuing education credit are offered.
2. Participating centers get regular deliveries of paperback books and pouches, as well as twice-yearly storytimes. Contact Jo-Ann Lawson to add your name to the waiting list for this service. She will also be happy to provide you with more details.
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Upcoming LEEP Workshop
February 21, 2013, Thursday 7-9pm at England Run Library (with a snow date of February 28)
Topic: Early Literacy and Music with Jim Gill