Monday, August 03, 2015
Inglenook Branch Library Ends Summer Reading with a BANG!
Inglenook Branch Library’s superhero-themed summer reading program Every Hero Has a Story started with a POW! and ended with a BANG! Over 500 children, teens, and adults attended the 33 programs that the library hosted and the attendance is sure to rise for ensuing summer reading programs. Diverse programs, from Wii games to paint splattering, were provided for every age and interest. Reading interest for children skyrocketed when the Inglenook Neighborhood Association donated a Nextbook 7" Tablet for 3rd through 8th graders to be entered into a drawing to win each time they read 10 books.
Inglenook Branch Library
By Tressa at August 03, 2015
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