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Mercer Libraries Offer Reading Programs for All Ages

Kids, teens and adults all have options to expand their minds over the warmer months.

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The warm weather reminds us that summertime is here, and the three eastern branches of the Mercer County Library System are getting ready for summer reading! This year’s state-wide theme for the annual summer reading program for children up to age 11 is "One World, Many Stories." Registration starts at all library branches on Monday, June 27. Every participant gets a log book to record books and chapters read. Return weekly for prizes, more books and more excitement!

The , , and branches will have special programs highlighting stories from many cultures.  There will be crafts, storytelling, magic shows, drama workshops, reptile visits… lots of ways to keep kids reading and coming to the libraries! Your local branch has its own calendar of special events, so stop by soon to get all the information.  

New this year, teens will be signing up online for their very own summer reading program, "You Are Here." Visit www.mcl.org for more details. There will also be an adult reading program, "Novel Destinations," at the Twin Rivers Branch.  The library is the place to be this summer! 

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