Dive into Summer Reading with Sno-Isle Libraries

Mark your calendar! Summer Reading at Sno-Isle Libraries is an annual event for all children and teens which begins June 20 and continues through September 11.

After reading or being read to for 10 hours, each participant receives a free book provided through the generous support of the Sno-Isle Libraries Foundation and Friends of the Library groups.

With extended hours starting July 1, visiting the library has never been easier. Sno-Isle Libraries is open every day to support kids as they explore new places, meet new literary friends and get swept up in stories that capture their imaginations.

“Reading or being read to during the summer months has so many positive benefits for kids and teens”, says Jennifer Sullivan, Student Success Coordinator at Sno-Isle Libraries. “Our library staff are ready to help find print or digital books to engage your child or teen’s interests and help them experience the joy of reading.”

Parents and caregivers will also have fun, interactive events to entertain their children all summer long. And, the program is designed to help combat the summer slide. Help your child strengthen and retain critical skills gained during the school year by keeping them learning and growing this summer.

Summer Reading is a wonderful tradition to start or continue with the children in your life. Young people of all ages are encouraged to visit their local library or visit the Summer Reading page to get started.

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