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Children's Summer Reading Program!

Congratulations children (and parents) you made it through another school year!

It's time to celebrate and have some FUN.

Beginning Monday, June 3rd through Friday, August 2nd, children ages 12 and under can pick up their summer reading logs at the library! There will also be daily activities for various ages, so pick up a children's program calendar at the library, or check back here to plan a day at the library! (see calendar below)

Read to WIN

Print the Children's Reading Log (age 12 & under) here and return it to the library after reading 30 books or 5 hours to receive a FREE book and coupon for a FREE Whataburger Jr!

The library has daily activities for ALL ages!

Here's what you can expect:

Tuesdays Wednesdays Thursdays Fridays
10 AM - Toddlerific Storytime for ages 1-3 10 AM - Preschool Storytime for ages 3-5 10 AM - Programs for ages 5-12 10 AM - LEGO Free Build (ages 6-14)
2 PM - Programs for ages 5-12 2 PM - Programs for ages 10-12
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Weekly Programs

Toddlerific Storytime: Every Tuesday at 10:00 a.m. (Except holidays)
Open to children ages 1-3. Toddlerific includes stories, songs, bubbles, and play time. Three-year-olds can come to either Toddlerific Storytime on Tuesdays or Preschool Storytime on Wednesdays. It's the caregiver's decision when your 3-year-old is ready for preschool storytime.

Preschool Storytime: Every Wednesday at 10:00 a.m (Except holidays)
Open to children ages 3-5. Preschool Storytime includes stories, songs, alphabet learning, and a different fun and education activity or craft.Three-year-olds can come to either Toddlerific Storytime on Tuesdays or Preschool Storytime on Wednesdays. It's the caregiver's decision when your 3-year-old is ready for preschool storytime. Free with no ticket or registration required. Due to space limitations, day care groups are normally not allowed.

1000 Books Before Kindergarten

Do you have a child or children that haven't started kindergarten? Do you want to help them learn skills to get ready to read before they even start school? 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten is an early literacy initiative to build and support the pre-reading skills of children from birth until before they start kindergarten.

Our fun and free program is as simple as it sounds: Read 1,000 books to your child before he or she begins kindergarten. Sign up your infant to preschool age child in the Children's Department. We will give you a folder with a handbook containing all the information about the program you'll need, along with your child's first two log sheets to record the first 200 books you read together. Once you fill your logs, bring them to a Children's Department staff member and you can collect the reward for your child for those log levels and get your next log sheets. Once you complete your 10th and final log, you will have read 1,000 books together! To celebrate this achievement, your child will get a diploma certificate and book prize!

In case you're wondering, it counts each time you read the same book, books read in library storytimes count, and books anyone from aunts to babysitters read to your child count, too! When you join the program, you will get support from the library along the way. We'll help you choose books (if you like), give you early literacy tips, and encourage your child. Please ask the Children's Department staff if you have questions about the program or how to help prepare your child for reading. You can stop by in person or call the Children's Department at (409) 643-5983.

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