Library starts summer reading

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When school lets out and kids are looking for vacation fun and adventure, they can join “our summer reading program, ‘Read to the Rhythm!’ And check out the summer reading activities at their County Library,” Gardena library officials said. 

From June through August, the County of Los Angeles Public Library will introduce children to reading adventures at all County Libraries. 

Participating children track their own progress by recording the minutes and the books they read or have read to them, officials said.

When school lets out and kids are looking for vacation fun and adventure, they can join “our summer reading program, ‘Read to the Rhythm!’ And check out the summer reading activities at their County Library,” Gardena library officials said. 

From June through August, the County of Los Angeles Public Library will introduce children to reading adventures at all County Libraries. 

Participating children track their own progress by recording the minutes and the books they read or have read to them, officials said.

Using a take-home Reading Game card or by registering for the online Reading Game and tracking their progress, each child can earn free books. Plus they can enjoy the many fun and exciting activities planned for them including the Reading Game.

“Reading is a great way to use free time and your local library is ready to help your child make the most of their vacation,” Elmita Brown, Mayme Dear Library manager said. “Art activities, puzzles, special programs, as well as books, eBooks, magazines, CDs, and DVDs are offered by your local County Public Library and will provide hours of enjoyment for your child. “

The more a child reads, the better head-start they have when school begins again, Brown added.

For more information about summer fun at County of Los Angeles Public call or visit your County Public Library or check our website: www.colapublib.org.

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