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Summer Reading

Summer Reading is our busiest time of year.  Not only do we enjoy the extra incentives to read, but we also the various programs available throughout the season.  Weekly storyhours; family scavenger hunts; and science, history, and cultural presentations by various local and regional performers and presenters add to the excitement.  I especially appreciate that I am stretched to read books on my own and to my kids that I would not have otherwise picked up or even noticed.  The nationwide kid’s theme for Summer Reading this year is “Dream Big…READ.”  If you are in the Meade area visit www.meadelibrary.info for a schedule of events.  Of course, everyone should visit a local library to get in on the fun and embrace these free summer activities help your kids DREAM BIG and READ!!!


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