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We invite children of all ages to play, learn, meet new people, and read for fun at the library this summer.
When kids choose their own reading, they enjoy reading more, and when reading is fun, they become better readers. Our Summer Reading Program includes a game board and encourages reading in any and all areas. Youth Services staff are always happy to help kids find books that match their interests. (By the way, the SRP isn’t just for readers; pre-readers can participate by listening while family or friends do the reading.)
Besides the books, we’ve got lots of events and activities that include music, crafts, science and more, many with a multicultural theme. Be sure to check the Calendar for Kids often! PJ
Created by Jane Page-Conway and Olga Pastuchiv.
Olga Pastuchiv, by the way, is the same artist who has been creating those wonderful little paintings you may have seen around the library…
Fred Stong’s trained Read-to-Me dog, Josie, enjoys another weekly session at the library with Sam.
Reading to a dog is a great way for kids to stay motivated while their reading improves!
Call Youth Services to schedule an appointment for a young reader with Josie.
Youth Services: 725-5242 ext. 225