by Therence Mae Lamban/UM Intern
THE CITY Library and Information Center will launch another mobile library in June this year to reach out to kids, three to five-year-olds.
The mobile library will have film-viewing, storytelling, and book-reading sessions in far-flung barangays.
The city library partnered with the City Social Welfare and Development Office (CSWDO) and other organizations for the project.
DCLIC head Salome Enoc bared on Thursday, April 27, 2023, their plan for the new mobile library, during the iSpeak media forum.
“We are excited na karong in the next few months, naa na ta’y bag-ong mobile library… this time, for daycare centers ( We are excited that in the next few months, we will going to have a new mobile… this time, for daycare centers),” Salome said.
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