#FLPMyths: So you thought no animals were allowed in the library…

By Kate C. RSS Fri, December 9, 2016

Free Library Myth #7

One of the Free Library’s most unique and beloved programs is PAWS Read to a Dog, which takes place at several library locations and at which children are encouraged to practice their reading skills in a non-judgmental environment by reading to a visiting therapy dog.

Of course, the Free Library also welcomes service animals.

Our #FLPMyths social media series will attempt to dispel several library-related myths, and explain the truth behind these common misconceptions. Follow along on Facebook and Twitter over the next month, and of course, here on the blog!

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Can i bring a pet (not service animal) into the library when i pick up a book?
Marie Carroll - Philadelphia
Wednesday, March 22, 2023