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Youngsters read, learn, and discover with Explore Summer programs

Sno-Isle Libraries has dozens of fun, hands-on events to keep young minds engaged with its Explore Summer programs for kids and teens. Many of this year’s Explore Summer interactive events focus on space exploration and technology in honor of the 50th anniversary of Apollo XI, America’s first successful manned mission to the moon.

From a July 22, 2019, Sno-Isle Libraries news release.

Sno-Isle Libraries has dozens of fun, hands-on events to keep young minds engaged with its Explore Summer programs for kids and teens.

Kids and teens who get involved in summer activities that include reading, learning and hands-on discovery start the new school year better prepared for academic success.

Many of this year’s Explore Summer interactive events focus on space exploration and technology in honor of the 50th anniversary of Apollo XI, America’s first successful manned mission to the moon. Other events focus on art and science.

Each Explore Summer participant whose reading log shows he or she read for at least 10 hours by August 31, 2019, earns a free book and a “Keep Reading” bookmark. And that reading material doesn’t have to be a book. Read a newspaper. Read a magazine. Read anything with words. Even a caregiver who reads to a young reader can help a child earn a free book.

Every Sno-Isle Libraries community library has an Explore Summer event scheduled through August 29th.

Go to sno-isle.org/exploresummer and click on the “Sign Up” button, then check out the links to recommended books for kids and teens, events, games and activities, and the printable reading log.

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