Summer’s just about here (if the weather ever makes up its mind) and that means it’s time for the Seattle Public Library’s Summer Reading Program. This Friends’ sponsored program is designed to help children learn, encourage reading for pleasure, provide chances for lifelong learning and nurture a sense of community.
Adults and teens are invited to keep track of and review the books they read this summer. Children are encouraged to keep a reading log and get a sticker for each book they read. Kids under 12 who read 10 books will receive prizes and be eligible for the city librarian’s Breakfast of Champions.
All told, the Library is offering over 750 programs throughout the city for all ages. Check out the Library website or the Seattle Public Library Summer Reading Program page on Facebook for more information.