Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Be Creative @ Your Library: 2009 Summer Reading Program

Beginning June 15, all 44 KCLS community libraries will host summer reading programs with the theme, Be Creative @ Your Library. There will be activities, books, and adventures targeting three age groups:

Have YOU ever worn a book as a hat?

Babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers can participate with their parents in special pre-reading activity games.
Kids in elementary school have a full array of programs and events to accompany their reading, with prizes for reaching their reading goal.

For teens, KCLS has a Summer version of the popular Read Three, Get One Free reading program with books for prizes.

To learn more about this KCLS program, see Summer Reading Program. For info on reading activities at the Redmond library, see Schedule of Events.

About the Be Creative Artwork
Be Creative: Make your own music! The whimsical, creative kids and critters are the innovations of illustrator and cartoonist David Catrow. He has illustrated more than thirty books and one film, Horton Hears a Who. He was a long time cartoonist for the Springfield News Sun (Ohio). He now focuses entirely on books for children and movies. For an entertaining visit to this gifted artist’s world, see

...Make your own mark @ the library!

Redmond Library Board

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