Link to Libraries has been assisting Western Mass. children and families create a culture of reading at home by donating books and creating supportive programs for ten years. Laurie Flynn, President of L2L, tells Comcast Newsmakers viewers how." />
Giving Books to Kids- 4:47
with Laurie Flynn on Link to Libraries
Posted Mar 12, 2018
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Link to Libraries has been assisting Western Mass. children and families create a culture of reading at home by donating books and creating supportive programs for ten years. Laurie Flynn, President of L2L, tells Comcast Newsmakers viewers how.
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