Dig Into Reading
One great way to keep your children reading is to have them join the “Dig Into Reading” Summer Reading Program at the Cabell County Public Library and its seven branches.
The Main Library will kick-off the summer on Wednesday, June 5, at 10am. Children and young adults are welcome to dig in and uncover great books and fun programs at Cabell County Public Library’s summer reading program.
This summer’s theme is about the wonders under our feet – root vegetables, buried treasure, dinosaur bones, animals, caves, rocks and more. It is also about digging into our West Virginia heritage with programs celebrating 150 years of statehood.
The 2013 summer reading program is open to young people, infants through young adults, with fun reading camps, storytimes, craft workshops, prize drawings, a reading club, and special events. All of the programs are free and open to children of all abilities.
Programs include Super Why Reading Camp (please register), crafts, storytellers, drawing workshop, Fun with Legos, Author/Artist Michael Albert, live animals from the Good Zoo, and much more. Click here for more details.