There isn't any shortage of good reads for all ages inside the walls of the Thorold Public Library, but a new gadget takes reading for the youngest into the digital realm after the library received its first ELS – Early Literacy Station.
The digital tool, much similar to a computer, is packed with specially design reading- and educational activities which will capture the attention of Thorold's youngest readers.
"This unit contains dozens of fun and educational activities for little ones," the library said in a Facebook post. :ELS also stands for extremely low seating. And we have that here too. Snagged this set at Barbie and Ken’s latest garage sale."
To see a ELS station in action, watch this feature from the Phoenixville Public Library.