Meet Clover, the Book Buddy

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Looking for a feature for young readers, parents, grandparents, teachers and caregivers to promote children’s books?  Meet Clover, the new Book Buddy.

Each month, Clover suggests three books for children – a youngest, middle and oldest read – and shares them in her Book Buddy column, released at the beginning of the month. The Book Buddy column is available at no charge to newspapers and is produced by the Community Literacy Foundation, a non-profit organization based in Washington, Mo.

To access the monthly Book Buddy column and accompanying art files, visit mo-nie.com and use the rolling download code: buddyjan21, buddyfeb21, buddymar21 — and so on. Please include credit lines with all publications — in print or online.

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