Huntley Area Public Library offers summer reading program
Submitted by Huntley Area Public Library
The Huntley Area Public Library's new Summer Reading Adventure offers programs for all-ages. Participants may register in person at the library or online at www.huntleylibrary.org/srp2018
Each year, the library creates Summer Reading programs to improve literacy skills during the months children are out of school, while at the same time encouraging reading among teens and adults in the Huntley area community. This year, the library is collaborating with Consolidated School District 158 for O-FISH-AL Summer Sessions. Online registration at www.huntleylibrary.org/register is available for these programs and other exciting library events.
O-FISH-ALLY Summer! Reading Programs
• Babies (ages birth -- 24 months) -- Parents, enjoy a summer of reading and activities with the Little Guppies Book Club. Pick up a reading log at the Children's Desk or print it from our website beginning June 6.
• Children (ages 2 -- grade 6) -- Both your library and your school challenge you to keep your skills sharp by reading, exploring, creating and playing over the summer. A summer of fun and prizes awaits! Pick up your tracking log in the Children's Area or print it from the website.
• Young Adults (grades 7-12) -- Join the teen summer reading club and read with us all summer! Reading and participating in other activities will give you chances to have fun and win prizes. Sign up now in person or online!
• Adults (ages 18 and up) -- "The ocean stirs the heart, inspires the imagination and brings eternal joy to the soul." -- Robert Wyland -- So does reading! Participants can register at the library or online and receive a $2 Friends Foundation gift certificate for Corner Books.
The Huntley Area Public Library is at 11000 Ruth Road, Huntley.