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Children Program
Dial-A-Story
July has arrived and with all the rain we had in June, it looks like it is going to be a hot, humid month. When you are taking a break from playing outside or stuck in the car on a road trip, do not forget to take time to listen to Dial-A-Story.

Dial-A-Story is a short folk story that your child can listen to on your phone. Just dial 660-827-7838, put the phone on speaker and enjoy the story. Story changes each Monday unless the library is closed for a holiday.


July 3 - 9 "The Town Mouse & the Country Mouse"
July 10 - 16 "The Cat and the Parrot"
July 17 - 23 "Lazy Jack"
July 24 - 30 "The Legend of the Dipper"
CHILDRENS BOOK CLUB
Kindergarten - 3rd graders are invited to join Mrs. Amy in the Childrens Department from 5:15-6:00 PM on Tuesdays to enjoy listening to stories and doing a craft/activity.

Childrens Book Club will resume in September.
TODDLER TIME
TODDLER TIME for 2-3 year olds meets at 9:30 AM on Thursdays. You and your child/children are invited to join Mrs. Amy in the Childrens Department as we learn songs, read a couple of books & do a simple craft together.

Program runs approximately 30-45 minutes. Please check the calendar for our winter/spring schedule. No preregistration or library card is required for this program.

Toddler time will resume in September.

All children 5 and under must be accompanied by an adult caregiver.
SUMMER READING CLUB LOGS DUE JULY 26, 2017
June 7, 2017 - July 26, 2017

Sign-ups for the Summer Reading Club will end on:
Sunday, July 23

All reading logs are due:
Wednesday, July 26 before 6:00 PM

Drawing for the Grand Prizes will be held before we open on July 27, 2017. All prizes will be available for pick up after 2:00 PM.

4 reading levels:
Nonreader: prek - kindergarten, 10 easy books read to you
Beginning: 1st - 3rd grade, read 10 easy books, chapter books may be counted as 2 books
Chapter: 3rd - 6th grade, read 300 pages per log sheet, minimum book size 60 pages
Youth: 7th - 12th grade, read 500 pages per log sheet, minimum book size 100 pages

*Adapted reading logs are available for students with reading disabilities. Please talk to the Childrens Librarian.
*Each log returned enters you into a prize drawing.
*All books must be checked out from the library to count.
*Attendance of programs is not required.
WEDNESDAY PROGRAMS FOR KIDS - MOVED INDOORS
Who: Kindergarten - 6th grade
Time: 2:00 PM

July 19 - "Cardboard Construction"
Mrs. Amy
Work as teams to build a structure out of cardboard

This will be our last Wednesday program for the summer. Because of the heat, we will be meeting in the Queen City room on the second floor of the library. If you are participating in the Summer Reading Club, all reading logs are due by 6:00 PM Wednesday, July 26, 2017.
SUMMER PRESCHOOL STORY TIME
Who: 3-5 year olds
Time: 10:00 AM or 2:00 PM
Where: In the Queen City Room on the second floor of the library

Enjoy relaxing with your preschooler and learning some new songs, listening to stories, and either making a craft or doing an activity together. Preschoolers must be accompanied by an adult caregiver.

July 21 "Robot Construction"
Build your own recycle robot

Preschool Story Times will resume on September 8, 2017 at 9:30 AM in the Childrens Department.
Summer Reading isnt just for kids!
Adult Summer Reading Program
June 7 - July 26, 2017

Travel the globe and "Read Around the World" for a chance to win a prize.
Attend the "Monthly Book Club"
Participate in our on-line "Laid Back Book Club"
Attend an "Adult Program"
Whats New
Bad Kitty Takes the Test - Nick Bruel
Bad Kitty is back in her newest adventure! She has lost her cat license and must pass the test in order to get it back. (J F Bru)
Dark Prophecy - Rick Riordan
Book 2 of "The Trials of Apollo" series. (J F Rio)
Go, Shapes, Go! - Denise Fleming
What will Mouse build while telling the shapes where to go? (E F Fle)
Invisible Emmie - Terri Libenson
This is the story of two totally different girls--
quiet, shy, artistic Emmie
and popular, outgoing, athletic Kate
and how their lives unexpectedly intersect one day, when an embarrassing note falls into the wrong hands (J F Lib)
Jojo and the Big Mess - Jane OConnor
When daddy is unhappy with the mess left after a pillow fight, Jojo thinks of the perfect gift. (E F OCo)
Mr. Postmouse Takes a Trip - Marianne Dubuc
Mr. Postmouse is taking his family on vacation but must deliver some packages along the way.

If you read the first book and enjoyed all the detail in the artwork, you will love this book also. (E F Dub)
Tiny Little Fly - Michael Rosen
With a tramp, and a roll, and a swat, each animal tries to capture the tiny fly. (E F Ros)
Under Their Skin - Margaret Peterson Haddix
Nick and Eryn.s mom is getting remarried, and the twelve-year-old twins are skeptical when she tells them their lives will not change much. Well, yes, she says they will have to move. And they will have a new stepfather, stepbrother, and stepsister. But do not worry, Mom assures the kids. They will not ever have to meet their stepsiblings... (J F Had)
We.re All Wonders - R. J. Palacio
From the author of "Wonder" comes a picture book showing each child how they are a wonder also. (E F Pal)
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