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Reading program to begin

 


The Grand Coulee Library, part of the North Central Regional Library circuit, will begin its annual Summer Reading Program this month, encouraging kids to read while they are out of school for the summer.

Prizes will be offered for reading, as well as a number of fun and free activities hosted throughout the summer, including puppet shows, art classes, and science presentations.

“The public library works hard to host special programs just for kids, and the local librarians do an amazing job of offering incentives that encourage kids to join the summer reading program — all in the service of making every child in the community become a better reader,” said Angela Morris, NCRL’s director of public services.

Last year, NCRL readers collectively tallied more than 92,000 hours of reading during the summer.

“We’re committed to encouraging young people to love reading,” Morris said.

Go to http://www.ncrl.org for a full schedule of events.

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