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Things going on all Summer Long....
For Kids: Reading Log: Register for summer reading and pick up your log starting June 24 Keep track of your reading on your reading star log. Fill in a star for every day that you read for 30 minutes or more. Prizes are awarded at 7 stars, 21 and 35 stars.
Fill in the whole sheet, which means reading 30 minutes a day for 49 days, to enter to win one of our Big Prizes at the end of summer. Entries will be accepted during the last 2 weeks of summer reading: August 6 - 17. Winners announced Monday August 20.
Weekly game or riddle - stop by the library anytime we are open to try your hand at our game, puzzle or hunt of the week. Turn in your answers and you are eligible to win our prize of the week (if you are correct, that is)
Week of July 1 & 8 - Guessing Jar, closest without going over wins the Jar. This year it is a nightlight filled with scented pinecones. Guess how many pinecones are in the jar.
July 15 - Riddle, July 22 - Word Pictures, July 29 - Riddle, August 5 - Decoder Puzzle, August 12 - Riddle, August 19 -
Annual Art Project: - Come to the Library to pick up your 3 Piece Challenge Kit, starting July 29. You must make something that loves the dirt with those 3 pieces.
Bring your project to the library Between August 5 and 16 to enter to win a prize. Creations will be displayed.
Other cool summer reading websites:
Reading Matters from the Red Sox
Bookworm Wednesdays at Showcase Cinemas - Every Wednesday at 10:00 am beginning July 7th for six weeks. A fun and rewarding summer reading program developed to encourage young children to read during the summer months. BOOKWORM WEDNESDAYS entitles kids to free admission to a select children's film when they present a book report at a participating Showcase Cinemas, Multiplex Cinemas or Cinema de Lux box office. Accompanying parents or guardians and children under six receive free admission and do not need to submit a book report. Click the link for locations.
Reach out and Read a partnership between doctors and literacy. Suggested book lists
Raising Readers from pbs.org
Guys Read a site dedicated to literacy for boys and young men
Reading Rockets launching new readers. Book lists
Free or Inexpensive Things to Do: Check out this list from the library
Dream Big - READ! is sponsored by your local library, the Massachusetts Library System, the Boston Bruins, and the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners.