Brownsville library plans summer reading program

Posted June 08, 2017

The more books read, the better a participant's chance of winning prizes.

The free reading-related programs started June 1st and will continue to July 14th at all 14 JHLS library branches.

The annual Teen Summer Challenge at the Fairfield Public Library kicks off with a pizza party on Thursday, June 15, from 2:50-4:45 p.m., downUNDER at the Fairfield Woods Branch Library, 1147 Fairfield Woods Road.

To pick up a registration card and program schedule, stop by the Youth Services desk starting on June 12. Some events require early registration and others are available to attend the day of.

ZANESVILLE, Ohio- The Muskingum County Library System has launched their Summer Experience Program for 2017. Mondays will be Movie Mondays at 2 p.m., Tuesdays will be preschool storytime at 10:30 a.m. and Thursdays will be Construction Corners.

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"It's also really important to us that the kids have the summer to choose any book that they want, not what is assigned, and they can read whatever is interesting to them, so that it fosters the love of reading and they can understand that reading is for pleasure as well as school assignments", Lopiccolo said.

People ages 13-18 can sign up online for the Teen Summer Reading Challenge.

The goal for this year's Summer Reading Program is to encourage children to read or listen to books during the summer so they can maintain and improve good reading skills.

Kids age 11 and under who register for their Beanstack accounts through the BCLS website and track their progress will earn virtual badges for reaching each reading milestone.