A group of very talented kids and teens created bookmarks to promote our upcoming Summer Reading program. The theme for all ages this year is “Every Hero Has a Story.” See the 2015 winners, and be sure to pick up a bookmark when you visit the library!
Get ready for Summer Reading! You can stop by your library or bookmobile and sign up starting on Monday, June 1. The library’s Summer Reading program is a fun way to stay engaged in reading and learning over the summer.
This year’s theme is “Every Hero Has a Story!” Whether your hero is someone real you see every day or a fantastical superhero you imagine flying in the sky above, we celebrate the heroes both around us and inside us.
The Summer Reading program is free, and there are versions for all ages, from the youngest babies to kids, teens and even adults. Find out more about Summer Reading!
Are you just about to burst with anticipation for the start of Summer Reading? We are too!!! Your friendly children’s librarians can’t wait to show off our superhero costumes, recommend our favorite hero and villain stories and, of course, sign up as many people for Summer Reading as possible!!!
One of those extra special heroic virtues is required at a time like this: patience. Like so many great heroes, we need patience to grow strong…and the proper theme song to pump us up! Check out some of these superhero songs and get in the groove for Summer Reading 2015!
Top Superhero Songs
“Superheroes” by The Script
Album – No Sound without Silence (CD)
“Ordinary” by Train
Album – Alive at Last (CD)
Help us get ready for Summer Reading by designing an original bookmark based on the theme “Every Hero Has a Story.” Winners’ artwork from each library will appear on bookmarks to be distributed late spring through summer.
Please design two-dimensional artwork, using crayons, markers or any other illustration tool or medium, or create it on the computer. Photography is also acceptable, as long as it is your own! For ages 18 and under. Download an entry form or get one at your library or on the bookmobile.
Entry deadline is Tuesday, March 31.
I have always wanted to be that kid who could name every tree along the trail, and during this summer of science, I’m taking up the challenge. If you and your brood are interested in exploring trees and the great outdoors, too, try these simple activities:
- Check out out and use tree identification books.
- Create a leaf window hanging
Leaves come in different shapes, sizes, and colors. Children can improve their observation skills and learn to identify leaves while doing this art project. Continue reading