We are halfway through this year's Children's Summer Reading Program. If your child is looking for something new for the last half of the summer, try our "Dig Into Something New" reading challenge.
"Dig Into Something New" encourages you to try new things this summer: read a book from a genre you don't usually read, try something new (magic trick, craft, experiment, etc.) from a book, read to someone else, etc.
There are choices for younger children (act out a nursery rhyme or song) and older children (read an article from a reference book), so there should be something of interest to everyone.
You can choose from 10 activities. After you complete five activities, bring the form to the library to choose a prize from the prize box and enter the prize drawing.
The time you spend reading for these activities may also count for your reading time or reading days on the logs you already have.
You can download and print a copy of the "Dig Into Something New" form here or pick up a copy at the library. They are in the display rack on the front of the circulation desk.