Summer Reading

Summer Reading Requirements are on this page.
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The Event Schedule for the summer is found by clicking on the “Summer – 2014″ link in the right hand column.

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Toddler thru Kindergarten

Read 50 books  –  30 are Free Choice, 20 should be Non-Fiction.
For each 8 books you read, pick a prize from the treasure chest.
When your goal is reached, you get a window cling — and you get to guess the number of items in the jar.

First & Second Grade
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Read 40 books  –  20 are Free Choice, 20 should be Non-Fiction.
For each 6 books you read, pick a prize from the treasure chest.
When your goal is reached, you get a window cling — and you get to guess the number of items in the jar.
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Third & Fourth Grade
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Read 30 books  –  30 are Free Choice, 20 should be Non-Fiction.
For each 5 books you read, pick a prize from the treasure chest.
When your goal is reached, you get a window cling or a bag — and you get to guess the number of items in the jar.
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Toddler thru Fourth Grade:  When you complete the Reading Program, you may guess the number of items in a jar.  The jar of stuff will be awarded to the person with the closest guess at the final program in July.  An additional prize will be given to each child who completes the program requirements.

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Fifth Grade thru High School

Read 10 books  –  5 are Free Choice, 5 should be Non-Fiction.
For each book you read, you will get a chance to put in our weekly drawing.
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Adults
Read a total of 5 books and 1 other activity.  Each book must be from a different category.  We have a notebook at the library with some reading choices, however, books do not have to be chosen from this list.

The category choices are:
Formal Sciences
Physical Sciences
Life Sciences
Social Sciences
Applied Sciences

Some ideas for extra activities include:
Watch a movie (from our movie list)
Visit a museum
Listen to a book on CD
Attend a cultural event, concert or community festival

Everyone who completes the program gets to choose a gift from the prize table, receives an envelope with various coupons to use in businesses around town and is also eligible for our grand prize drawings.

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Summer – 2014

Events & Programs – Summer Reading 2014 May 23:  First day to check books out for Summer Reading Program May 28 – Wednesday – ( 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. – Come & Go):  Craft Day to decorate the library for the summer June 2:  First day to count books for Summer Reading Program All …

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Summer 2013 - 4

Summer – 2013

Dig Into Reading This is the theme for the 2013 Summer Reading Program. A wide variety of activities and programs is planned for Pre-Schoolers thru Adults. generic Motilium Accutane online May 23 (Thursday)     10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Make decorations for the library. May 30 (Thursday)     10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Special Craft Day Buy …

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Summer 2012 - 3

Summer – 2012

Dream Big – Read! This is the theme for the 2012 Summer Reading Program. A wide variety of activities and programs is planned for Pre-Schoolers thru Adults. We will also post the week’s activities on the Home Page, so visit our website often. Other than the planned events that follow, we have several on-going events: Read-a-Movie …

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Summer 2011 - 18

Summer – 2011

One World, Many Stories This is the theme for the 2011 Summer Reading Program.  A wide variety of activities and programs, all centered around the theme of world cultures, is planned for Pre-Schoolers thru Adults.  There will also be crafts and activities available in th Emily Pinnick Room during Summer Reading.  These are “Come & Go” activities …

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Summer – 2010

 Make a Splash @ Your Library  This was the theme for the 2010 Summer Reading Program.  A wide variety of activities and programs, all centered around the theme of water, was enjoyed by Pre-Schoolers thru Adults.   June 4 was the kick-off for Summer Reading.  The Bubble Man (Ron Tibbetts) presented the program “Bubble Magic and Science.”  …

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Summer 2009 - 11

Summer – 2009

Be Creative @ Your Library This was the theme of the 2009 Summer Reading Program.  A wide variety of activities and programs, all centered around the arts, was enjoyed by Pre-Schoolers thru Adults. To kick-off the Summer Reading Program, we had a craft time after school on May 13.  Each child that came got a …

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Summer 2008 - 1

Summer – 2008

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Summer 2007 - 10

Summer – 2007

Get a Clue @ Your Library             This was the theme for the 2007 Summer Reading Program.  A wide variety of activities, all centered around the detective theme, was enjoyed by Pre-Schoolers thru Adults. On June 6, Christine McPheter from the Meade County Extension Office presented the program “Follow the …

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