Would you like to explore the world and its many cultures? Can you do that without leaving Dudleyville?
You can with the upcoming youth summer reading program that begins Wednesday, June 8 and runs until June 29. “One World, Many Stories” will allow children to celebrate global themes through stories, songs, games and other activities. In the process, they will learn about new cultures, people and the world around them.
The 2011 Summer Reading Program is open to all Dudleyville young people ages 4 to 13. Each session includes story time, games, prize drawings and more.
Story time will feature selections such as:
Knuffle Bunny Free: an Unexpected Diversion by Mo Willems
The Boy Who Painted Dragons by Demi
Everywhere the Cow Says "Moo!" by Ellen Slusky Weinstein
Rain School by James Rumford
Participants meet at the Dudleyville Multi-Generational Center, located at the Lionel D. Ruiz Park, to explore the worlds of books, music, dance, art and poetry. The Summer Reading Program will meet on Wednesday mornings June 8 through June 29 from 10:00 am until 11:30 am.
For more information call the Pinal County Library District office at (520) 866-6457.
The youth summer reading program is free.