Early Literacy

Supporting Early Literacy, Vol. I, Issue 2

Family Reading Tip

Read early and read often. The early years are critical to developing a lifelong love of reading. It's never too early to begin reading to your child! Click here to find some fun ways you can help your child become a happy and confident reader.
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Children's books to celebrate fall

Share the wonders of autumn with a few of these fall-themed children’s books.

Read 1,000 Books with Your Child Before Kindergarten

1,000 Books Before Kindergarten

The Statesboro Regional Library is excited about its new 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten program that started October 5. Any child ages birth to five-years-old can participate as long as they have not started Kindergarten. Click any flyer below to see how it all works and you too can see all the fun, exciting, and free ways to start your child on the path to success.


Each month we will highlight one of our community partners whose work focuses

on improving literacy within Bulloch County.

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Statesboro Regional Library

The Statesboro Regional Public Library System is a group of 6 southeast Georgia public libraries, serving Bryan, Bulloch, Candler, Emanuel and Evans Counties. All of the Statesboro Regional Public Libraries boast a full range of books, audiobooks, DVDs, e-books, digital magazines, and downloadable audiobooks. They also provide Internet and WiFi access, access to online databases and digital services, reference and readers’ advisory services, and programming for children, teens, and adults. In addition, there are dedicated genealogy areas in the majority of our libraries.


Communities across the state are working hard to ensure our children are on track to achieving third-grade reading proficiency—and yours is invited to join this effort.

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Book Resources for children 0-5

Bulloch County Schools

Bulloch County Schools is an internationally accredited public school district in Georgia that serves nearly 11,000 children in Pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade. Early literacy and grade-level reading are major strategic initiatives of the school district, and it seeks to engage parents, the community, and community partners to effect change and improvement.