Local libraries to host summer reading program for children and teens

Sno-Isle Libraries, including the libraries in Edmonds, Lynnwood, Mountlake Terrace and Brier, are encouraging young people to “Build a Better World” with this year’s summer reading program, Explore Summer.

The four south Snohomish County libraries will be offering dozens of activities for children and teens throughout the summer. In addition, Explore Summer will include a reading challenge that allows participants the opportunity to earn a free book and new items for their favorite library.

Kick-off events for the Explore Summer program are set for all four south Snohomish County libraries over the next few days.

“Sno-Isle Libraries is the perfect place to help you imagination take off,” said Leslie Moore, Children’s and Outreach Services Manager for Sno-Isle Libraries. “Join us at any of the community libraries or online for books, movies, music, activities and a whole lot of fun.”

For more information about Sno-Isle’s Explore Summer “Build a Better World” summer reading program, click www.sno-isle.org/news/?nid=968.

Local Sno-Isle Libraries Explore Summer Kick-off Events
Saturday, June 24, 11 a.m. — “The Three Little Pigs,” Brier Library (For ages 5-11)
Saturday, June 24, 1:30 p.m. — “Want to Build a Toy?” Mountlake Terrace Library (For all ages)
Sunday, June 25, 3 p.m. — “Juggling Funny Stories,” Lynnwood Library (For all ages)
Tuesday., June 27, 2 p.m. — “Professor Fickelsteins’ Physics Phactory,” Edmonds Library (For ages 5-12)

–By Doug Petrowski

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