On National Reading Day, Louisville Water’s Education and Outreach team is giving a special shout out to our partners at the Louisville Free Public Library.
Louisville Water’s official mascot, Tapper, visited the LFPL South Central Regional Branch for a special water-themed story time with kids and their parents.
Education Outreach Specialist Heather Hill read Tapper’s Big Adventure: Where’s the Water? to the group before officially presenting copies of the book to LFPL staff.
The event was an official LFPL introduction of the book which will be available for checkout at all 17 library branches.
“We’re so excited to share our new book with the Louisville Free Public Library branches. It’s a great way to connect children and families to the ways water makes the community work,” said Channa Newman, Manager of Education and Outreach for Louisville Water Company.
Tapper’s next appearance will be at the Waterfront Botanical Gardens on February 2.