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Kids Explore Summer

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


They logged 51,943 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, or learn something new with our homework resources.


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





A library is not a luxury but one of the necessities of life.
- Henry Ward Beecher