Yukon Imagination Library - Leighann Chalykoff

    Community Connections

    Wednesday, December 18th, 2019 - 7 minutes

    The Yukon Imagination Library is a non-profit organization that sends one free book each month to Yukon children from birth to age five. The books aim to support early literacy and help kids succeed when they get into kindergarten and elementary school. Listen to Leighann Chalykoff with the Yukon Imagination Library talk about the importance of early childhood literacy development and how you can get involved.

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