Kids

BUILD A BETTER WORLD AT THE MARY L. COOK PUBLIC LIBRARY -- SUMMER READING STARTS WEDNESDAY : Be rewarded for enjoying books and improving your reading skills during the 2017 Summer Reading Program, May 31 thru July 31. We have a program for all ages, birth through adult. Reading and registration continues - Come in and get started!

July 22              Recording of books ends at noon

July 29              Depositing of chances ends at noon

July 31              Drawing of reward winners by 1:00 pm!

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Wonderful Wednesday #8 on July 26, 2017 -  (All ages) 1:00pm to 1:30pm - Touch a Truck -   Weather permitting.  Come look at a fire engine, an ambulance, and more up close.

 

READING AND LITERACY PROGRAMS:

1000 Books Before Kindergarten : In August 2014, The Mary L. Cook Public Library launched a new literacy program, 1000 Books Before Kindergarten.  We have 15 readers who have completed the goal of 1000 books! If you read your child one book a day, she/he will reach 1,000 books in under three years.  Though the goal of this program is to improve literacy skills, but even more, it’s about time spent together reading. Stop in today and ask us how to register your child for this program.

STORYTIME SUPERSTARS: Come to storytime at the Mary L. Cook Public Library and get a stamp!  When you have 10 stamps on your Storytime Superstar card, you will earn a free book!  We will keep your Storytime Superstar card here at the library. Storytime is taking a break for the Summer Reading Program. See you again in the fall!

PRESCHOOL STORYTIMES are for 3 - 5 year olds including kindergartners on Thursdays from 10:30 - 11:15 am  or Thursdays from 6:45 - 7:30 pm. Storytime is taking a break for the Summer Reading Program and will return in the fall. Registration is requested. We play games, sign songs, hear stories, and share laughs.

Chapters is a new book club for those in grades 1 and 2This group will be open again in the fall. It requires registration.

Look Who's Reading Book Club (grade K) at The Mary L. Cook Public Library  on Tuesdays. This group will be open again in the fall. The group engages in a variety of fun learning activities featuring phonics, the writing of letters and words, and many other skills that promote a strong literacy foundation.  Registration is required for this book club. For questions about this book club contact Miss Kathy at 897-4826.

Calling all Bookworms (grades 3 - 5) to join the Rapid Readers & wRiters on Tuesdays, resuming in the fall. We discuss books, play games, try out a bit of creative writing, and enjoy a light snack. Registration is required for this program.

SEE WOWBRARY FOR WHAT'S NEW THIS WEEK FOR CHILDREN.