The 2021 summer reading theme is Tails and Tales! This summer, we encourage you to explore the world of life around us and find out what is special about so many of the animals who live with us on our little blue planet.
For example, did you know a snail can sleep for three years at a time? The Library will be open this summer, but most programs will be offered virtually on platforms such as Zoom, Discord, and/or the City’s social media accounts, and some may require registration to receive an invite. This information will be noted on the library’s summer reading calendar available now.
Along with virtual programming, we will offer a goal-based reading program to help the community build, maintain and increase reading skills and build knowledge.
We are using an internet-based system called Reader Zone, which is an app that can be downloaded and used to log all reading.
Once downloaded, enter in our special program code v436r, and you will be registered. Reader Zone participants can start logging their books or minutes starting on June 1. Materials read prior to June 1 do not count for this program.
Prizes for completing the reading goal will be given out in early August. We hope you will join us for another exciting summer reading program and learn a tale or two about different animals!