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Teen Explore Summer

Congratulations to all of the kids and teens who reached their reading goal in the summer of 2017.

 

They logged 53,934 hours of reading. 

  • 3,271 completed 10 hours of reading and won a free book
  • 1,044 votes were cast for something new in their community library.

 

Arlington Library- Interactive sensory toys and games

Brier Library- Lego Simple Machine sets

Camano Library- Popcorn cart

Clinton Library- New seating in the children’s area

Coupeville Library- Board Games

Darrington Library- Magnetic Wooden Blocks and Sumblocks

Edmonds Library- Bean bag chair

Freeland Library- Science Specimens

Granite Falls Library- Board Games

Lake Stevens Library- STEM Kit with Ozobot, Modular Robot Kit, and Hydraulic Robot Arms

Langley Library- Telescope

Library on Wheels- Exciting books for the Bookmobile

Lynnwood Library- Ladybug and butterfly garden

Mariner Library- Legos

Marysville Library- Teen Create Station

Mill Creek Library- Conductive Legos

Monroe Library- MakeDo cardboard construction tools

Mountlake Terrace Library- Wiggle-Bots

Mukilteo Library- Crazy Contraptions Activity Kit

Oak Harbor Library- K’nex Education Energy, Motion & Aeronautics Set

Snohomish Library- Lego Mindstorms EV3 Robotics Kit

Stanwood Library- Sticklets

Sultan Library- Bean bag chairs

All prizes provided thanks to the generous support of our local Sno-Isle Library Friends groups and our wonderful Sno-Isle Libraries Foundation.

 

 

Summer might be over but exploration doesn’t have to end! Find your new favorite book, discover a program at your community library, volunteer, or learn something new with our homework resources.

 

We look forward to seeing you in 2018 to Explore Summer—Read Learn Discover!

 

 

 

 

Perhaps no place in any community is so totally democratic as the town library.
The only entrance requirement is interest.
- Lady Bird Johnson