Summer Reading 2015

heroheaderThe library has four Summer Reading Programs available for readers of all ages.  All reading logs must be completed and returned to the library from August 3-28.

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Read-To-Me:

Children ages birth to 5 can have an adult share stories with them for a chance to earn prizes. To become a Read-To-Me summer reader, click the links below or pick up a reading log from the library.
Read-To-Me Registration Form | Activity Form (online version) | Activity Form (Print version)

Every Friday the library will feature a free family fun program from June 26 through August 14. No registration is required but space is limited to the first 100 participants. Learn more about the performers.

Baby, toddler and preschool storytimes also continue over the summer and require registration.

School-Age:

Children in grades K-6 can log how many minutes a day they read for a chance to earn prizes. To become a School-Age summer reader, click the links below or pick up a reading log from the library.
School-Age Registration Form | Activity Form (online version)| Activity Form (Print version)

Every Friday the library will feature a free family fun program from June 26 through August 14. No registration is required but space is limited to the first 100 participants. Learn more about the performers.

Garden Club, Art Club, Photography Club, Robotics Club and more also continue over the summer and require registration.

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Read more about the Create-a-Bookmark Contest

Teen:

Teens can log how many books they read for a chance to earn prizes. To become a Teen summer reader, register and use the the link to the activity form.

Teen Registration Form | Teen Activity Form

Teen-specific programming includes Fortune Telling, Songwriting, Jewelry Making, Art Club, Comic and Manga Club and more and can be found here . Registration is required for club participation.

Adult:

Adults who register and log how many books they read  will win a chance to earn one of 15 prizes. But the best part is that you become a superhero to a child in the community! For every 10 books you read, two books will be donated to a young reader.

Adult Registration Form | Adult Activity Form (Online)
Adult Activity Form (Paper Version – PDF)

Don’t forget to check out our calendar  for the monthly Young Adult Book Club, weekly Movie Matinees and other adult programs taking place over the summer, with presentations about history, music, magic and travel adventures.

 

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Summer Reading is 100% supported by donors and we couldn’t do it without you! Every $10 you give will provide programming, support and motivation for one child this summer. To Adopt-A-Summer Reader, click here

To check out the special Summer Reader section that was printed in the Williamsport Sun-Gazette, click here