Sunday, June 1, 2008

Time to sign up for Summer Reading program

The annual Summer Reading program at Nashville libraries June 2-July 12 has a space theme, "Starship Adventure." Summer Reading includes reading goals and objectives that result in prizes and an end-of-year party. The goals are: • Preschoolers/listeners: Listen to 20 books• K-2: read 15 books• Grades 3-4: 10 books• Grades 5-6: 5 books• Ages 12-up: Read 18 hours• Adults: 5 books (audio books and program attendance count toward goals) Children who sign up by June 23 get a game night package to a Nashville Sounds baseball game. When reading logs are completed, children get a pin and may choose a prize that includes one free admission to Cheekwood, Wave Country, Nashville Shores, The Hermitage, Adventure Science Center, or Grand Old Golf. Those in the 12-up division who complete their reading logs may choose from a prize that includes one free admission to Laser Quest, Wave Country or Nashville Shores. Adults will get a travel tote bag and be entered into grand prize drawing for a vintage travel trunk filled with travel accessories. Libraries will hold programs for different ages the upcoming weeks. Check with. your local library to see what summer time programs they have available

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