"Lab-a-Story: A Reading Experiment", for infants through 6th graders, is a challenge to stretch reading muscles, mix fiction and non-fiction, and discover new worlds. Teens, students in grades 7-12, will "Make Time for Reading" and have the opportunity to hone organizational skills while reading favorite books. Proving the "LVDL Law of Leisure" is the challenge for adults to see if reading at least 20 minutes each day improves one's well-being.
While the theme changes each year the reason behind the program remains. Summer reading is meant to encourage and inspire reading during time off from school. Participants are given reading challenges and rewards to make visiting the library a fun and frequent stop for the entire family.
Summer reading officially begins Monday, June 9.
Lake Villa District Library enriches life in our community by connecting people with resources, services and each other. The library is located at 1001 E. Grand Avenue, Lake Villa, Illinois.