Summer Reading

 

Summer Reading Requirements are on this page.

The Event Schedule for the summer is found by clicking on the “Summer – 2013″ link in the right hand column.

Summer 2013 - 1

Toddler thru Kindergarten

Read 50 books  -  8 should be Theme Books, 8  should be Non-Fiction books, 34 should be Free Choice
For each 8 books you read, pick a prize from the treasure chest.

First & Second Grade

Read 40 books  –  6 should be Theme Books, 6  should be Non-Fiction books, 28 should be Free Choice
For each 6 books you read, pick a prize from the treasure chest.

Third & Fourth Grade

Read 30 books  –  5 should be Theme Books, 5  should be Non-Fiction books, 20 should be Free Choice
For each 5 books you read, pick a prize from the treasure chest.

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.  T-shirts will be given to each participant who completes the program.

 

Summer 2013 - 2

Fifth Grade thru High School

Read 10 books  -  3 should be Theme Books, 3  should be Non-Fiction books, 4 should be Free Choice
For each book read, we will give you a ticket which you can place in our weekly drawing.   T-shirts will be given to each participant who completes the program.

 

Summer 2013 - 3

Adults

Read a total of 5 books and 1 other activity.  Each book must be from a different category, and there are 6 categories to choose from.  We have a book at the library with some reading choices, however, books do not have to be chosen from this list.

The category choices are:
Construction & Mining
Archaeology, Ancient Cities & Cemeteries
Farming, Gardening & Burrowing Animals
Underground Railroad, Crime & Resistance Operations
Canyons, Caves, Volcanoes & Earthquakes
Sewers, Tunnels, Subways, River Rats, Chunnel & Catacombs

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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