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Teen Summer Reading Program, June 1st-Aug. 31st

 

A Universe of Stories! is the theme of this year’s teen summer reading program for ages 11 to 18. Our summer reading program starts June 1st and ends August 31st. Once again the first 50 teens to pick up their summer reading packet will receive a coupon for a free gelato from Gelato Fiasco! Thirteen prizes will be raffled off after 8/31. Themes include: Gaming, Movie Night, Art & Crafts, Music, Books & more. Earn tickets all summer long and maybe you’ll be one of the lucky 13!!

The many ways to earn tickets…

The bookmark

You will earn 1 ticket for every 5 hours you read. Completed bookmarks earn 15 tickets and you can fill out as many bookmarks as you like!

Bingo

On the back of the teen summer reading flier is a bingo card. Write the title of each book you read in a category, one square per book, and collect 1 ticket per square and 3 tickets for every completed row of 5.

 

Programs ~ Earn 3 tickets for participating.

 

Saturday, July 27, 1-3pm: Galaxy Spray Painting.  Learn how easy it is to create your own universe!

Galaxy spray paint art July 20th

This project will take place outdoors, be sure to dress for mess!!  Registration is required. Ages 10 & up.

Tuesday, August 6, 1-2pm: Galaxy Jar.   Join us in the teen room and create your own Star Jar! Registration is required.

Saturday, August 10, 11-1pm: Galaxy Crafts.  Join us in the teen room and create school supplies with style!! Registration is required.

 

Fast Arts

Watch the table in the YA room for quick and easy crafts & challenges.
Complete and bring to the front desk to exchange for 1 ticket.

Space mobiles wanted!!

Earn 4 tickets by creating a space themed mobile to hang in the Teen room. One mobile per teen.

Reading Without Walls Challenge

National Ambassador of Young People’s Literature, Gene Luen Yang, has issued a challenge to all readers to read without walls in one of the three ways below.

1. Read a book about a character who doesn’t look like you or live like you.

2. Read a book about a topic you don’t know much about.

3. Read a book in a format that you don’t normally read for fun. This might be a chapter book, a graphic novel, a book in verse, a picture book, or a hybrid book.