Jefferson Dwye

When Jefferson first arrived at the library he was very competent in pronouncing a variety of words but had difficulty reading entire sentences. His vocabulary was on the lower side as he was not able to answer many of the comprehension questions that accompany the books. After three months at the Street Library Jefferson’s reading and comprehension levels has improved and he now enjoys reading and having great discussions with higher level books. Jefferson has improved so much that both his mother and teachers at school have noticed the big difference. His mother says “when he comes home from school if he is not at the Street Library then he is at home reading stories. I see a good change with his reading and with his moral attitude.”