|Library Board Vice Chair Michael Saunders Invites Kids and Teens to Join the Club This Summer!
The Library’s free Club Read program starts June 1 through August 2. Children and teens can have fun reading, enjoy special programs and win prizes too.
Club Read is a celebration of reading for children who read at all levels, even pre-readers who are still being read to. And joining Club Read has another benefit besides being fun—kids who read during the summer retain the reading skills they achieved during the school year, and go back to school in the fall ready to learn and succeed. It’s easy to participate, it’s fun and it’s free!
The Library has many free programs and activities planned as part of Club Read. You can learn more about the program below, or on our website.
Join the club this summer!
Club Read – a Fun Program for Kids and Teens
Sunday, June 1 – Saturday, August 2, 2014
Sign-ups for Club Read begin on or after June 1.
Stop by any library branch to pick up a reading log or register online.
Every child who signs up for Club Read will get a membership card and a special wallet to put it in!
All participants earn a Book Buck for every five books that are read aloud to them or they read on their own. They can exchange the Book Buck at any Library District Foundation Used Bookstore for an item of their choice. After they read 20 books, they’ll earn a special prize!
Prizes are available while supplies last and only through August 2.
Book Bucks are available until August 2 and may be redeemed through August 16, 2014 (while supplies last).
The Library District is planning some great programs and activities as part of Club Read. Many are perfect for the whole family! Highlights include the Fratello Marionettes performing Carnival of the Animals, the songs and comedy of Norman Foote and Club Read favorite Tony Daniels with magic and plenty of audience participation.
For more details about Club Read, check with your favorite branch or visit our website.
Tony Daniels Carnival of the Animals Norman Foote
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