Fall 2017 Storytime
Our regular story times will return this winter. In the meantime, South County Community Partnership is offering two storytimes at The Pearle on Mondays and Wednesdays. You must register through them. See the below flyer for further information and registration details. Thank you for your patience.

Kicks off April 2, 2015

Why is it important to read to very young children?

 Developing literacy skills begins at birth and continues through the toddler and preschool years. The best way to ensure a child has the skills necessary to learn to read is having someone read aloud to them.

Yes, you really can read 1,000 books to your child before kindergarten!

· 1 story every day for 5 years equals 1,825 stories

· 1 story every day for 3 years equals 1,095 stories

· 10 stories every week for 2 years equals 1,040

Reading 1,000 books to your child before kindergarten can easily be reached!

You can sign your child up for 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten program by stopping by the Library and completing a short form.

Milestone incentives

100 Books: Decorate a special bag with Ms. Kathy

200 Books: Pick out a free book donated by the Friends of the Library

300 Books: Frozen Yogurt gift card

400 Books:Tri-State Speedway

500 Book: Paint your own pottery 

600 Books: 1 Movie Pass

700 Books: Bowling on us

800 Books: Gift certificate to a local book store

900 Books: 1 pass  to Davis Farm Land

1,000 Books: Your child has earned his or her picture on the Reading Wall of Fame, their photo will be sent to the newspaper, and will receive a certification of completion of 1,000 Books before Kindergarten!


This program is sponsored by Friends of the Library.



Welcome to the 15 Minute Readers Club!

* All ages are welcome to participate.
* Every day when someone reads 15 minutes to you out loud, check off the block for that day.
* Once all 14 blocks are checked off, bring your reading log to the library and collect your reading charm.
* Don't forget to collect another reading log!

This program is sponsored by Friends of the Library.