Chester County Library
Summer Reading Program



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LIBRARIES ROCK!: THE CHESTER COUNTY LIBRARY'S 2018
SUMMER READING PROGRAM

(All programs begin at 10 AM)


WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20:
Rangers from Chickasaw State Park will bring live birds of prey such as hawks and owls and they will talk to the children about their features and their role in our local ecosystem.
Reading/Listening Logs are due by this day.

TUESDAY, JUNE 26:
An instrument petting zoo will feature members of the award-winning CCHS Marching Eagles. The band members will play their various instruments and explain how they work. 

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27: Awards Day

TUESDAY, JULY 10: Tom Meiners, meteorologist for WWBJ-TV, will talk about how he forecasts the weather; plus, he will bring some instruments that help him in his forecasting.



ALL ABOUT THE MIDDLE SCHOOL BOOK CLUB

Since the summer of 2004, the library has offered a Middle School Book Club that meets every Thursday from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm during the months of June and July.
Children who have finished third grade through fifth grade may participate, but each child must sign up to attend. A registration sheet is available at the library. Each week, the children receive a book that we will discuss the following week. The children are responsible for purchasing the book, but it will be bought at the library's cost, which is rarely over $5. The meetings consist of a brief discussion of the book, who liked it and who did not. We also do some type of game, activity, or art project that goes along with the book and a snack that follows the book as well. The Friends of the Library purchase book club t-shirts for members that the children help design and those are given out at our pizza party on the last meeting day of the summer.


Our first meeting of Middle School Book Club was Thursday, June 7, where it was revealed that our first book is - drumroll, please - Sideways Stories From Wayside School.  It's not too late to join in the fun.
Come by or call us at 989-4673. 

AWARDS FOR GREAT READERS


Reading/Listening Logs will be available on Tuesday, May 1. Children who are in Preschool through Kindergarten may fill out a Listening Log. Children who are in first grade and above may fill out a Reading Log. All books that are listed on the logs should be checked out from the Chester County Library. Reading/Listening Logs are due in by Wednesday, June 20. Thanks to the generosity of several local businesses, we have different levels of awards this year and they are listed below:





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If your child reads or listens to 25 books, he/she will receive a coupon for a free ice cream cone from our local Baskin-Robbins.




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If your child reads or listens to 50 books or five books that are 50 pages or more, he/she will receive a coupon for a free hamburger from our local Jack's Restaurant.



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If your child reads or listens to 75 books or seven books that are 50 pages or more, he/she will receive a coupon for a free small pizza from our local Domino's.




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If your child reads or listens to 100 books or ten books that are 50 pages or more, he/she will receive a coupon for a free cupcake from our local bakery, Sweetly After After, plus a certificate for a free child's admission to the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville.




TENNESSEE STATE LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES PARTNERS WITH THE COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME

The Country Music Hall of Fame is a national landmark to the roots of country music and it is located at 222 Fifth Avenue, South, in Nashville. 
The reading program certificate is good until October 31, 2018.
For more information about the Country Music Hall of Fame and all that it offers, check out more info at www.countrymusichalloffame.org
or call 615-577-7577.


For more information about any program that the library offers, contact us at 731-989-4673 or check our website at www.chestercountylibrary.net AND like us on Facebook!



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