Summertime means summer reading! Celebrate by heading to one of these local libraries with games, activities and more!
Posts Tagged: summer reading
I scream, you scream, we all scream for, “BOOKS!” at Blue Marble!
A local author publishes a NEW children’s book that will get your kid up and running this summer!
Parents know all too well the challenges of keeping kids engaged and entertained over summer vacation, and getting them to pick up a book is often impossible. This can make the transition back to the traditional classroom or home school even tougher as their reading skills are usually a bit rusty. Cincinnati’s own Julie Bogart,… Read more »
The reading struggle is real, so it’s great that our local libraries provide incentives for your child’s efforts. Check it out! In Boone County (bcpl.org), Thursday, May 31 is the kick-off to the summer reading program. Enjoy carnival games, treats, and get signed up for the program that includes prizes for all ages — even… Read more »
Every Wednesday from July 5 – 26, Showcase Cinema de Lux Springdale 18 (12064 Springfield Pike) will host Bookworm Wednesdays, a program designed to encourage summer reading. Kids who bring a book report (downloadable here) to a select family film each wednesday will receive free admission. Adults and kids younger than 6 who accompany… Read more »
Sharonville Library is one of the great libraries that is a part of the nationally ranked Hamilton County Library system in Cincinnati! Sharonville is conveniently located in the 275 loop and has programming that is appealing to a variety of ages. For example, there are weekly story times and activities for teens, such as crafts… Read more »
While flipping through our favorite magazine, of course Cincinnati Family, we noticed an ad for Walls of Books in West Chester. My kids and I knew we needed to check it out and find our next summer reading books! We stopped by the store on a Friday, which happens to be FREE Book Friday! On… Read more »
Extra! Extra! Read all about it … like, literally READ! The Barnes and Noble Summer Reading program has started. The program is for students in grades 1 – 6. Kids are required to read eight books and record the books in the Barnes and Noble summer reading journal. They also write what their favorite part of… Read more »
The black box outside of the Silver Grove Fire Department on Rt. 8 has nothing to do with fires. It’s the Silver Grove Library Express, a convenient new way to get library materials. On Tuesday (May 16), a ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony took place at 11 a.m. at Silver Grove, and then again at 1… Read more »