Three-Year-Old Wendy Northrup Checks Out Books at the Ann Arbor Public Library, April 1966

Three-Year-Old Wendy Northrup Checks Out Books at the Ann Arbor Public Library, April 1966
Caption: Library Patron - At Age Three: You're never too young to learn, according to three-year-old Wendy Northrup who hands her book to Mrs. J. D. Woods, a librarian at the Ann Arbor Public Library. The library, which is celebrating National Library Week, gave Wendy her library card last September. Wendy, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William G. Northrup of 3123 Platt, was taught the alphabet, numbers and some small words by her father, who devised a method consisting of rhyming associations referring to pictures.
Published in Issue: Ann Arbor News, April 20, 1966

Article Keywords: Ann Arbor Public Library, Books & Reading, Children, National Library Week
People: Mrs. J. D. Woods, Mrs. William G. Northrup, Wendy Northrup, William G. Northrup
Places: 343 S Fifth Ave
Photographer: Duane Scheel
Date: April 1966

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