DC summer reading club has more than 400 registered

Kids like books in DC - it is official. Despite a day shorter in programming, the Dawson Creek Public Library has seen more than 400 youth sign up for their 2019 summer reading program. 

The free children’s summer reading club began July 2. If youth keep track of their reading throughout the summer, they can take part in special library events, a magic show, superhero day, a free pizza lunch and more. 

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Register at the library during July and take part in both reading, and the library fun!

It has been remoted that children who read more than four books over the summer fair better on reading comprehensions tests in the fall than their peers.  (An unrelated Mirror study says if you read your children this article aloud to them, parents are also smarter for it). 

Kids like books in DC - it is official. Despite a day shorter in programming, the Dawson Creek Public Library has seen more than 400 youth sign up for their 2019 summer reading program. 

The free children’s summer reading club began July 2. If youth keep track of their reading throughout the summer, they can take part in special library events, a magic show, superhero day, a free pizza lunch and more. 

Register at the library during July and take part in both reading, and the library fun!

It has been remoted that children who read more than four books over the summer fair better on reading comprehensions tests in the fall than their peers.  (An unrelated Mirror study says if you read your children this article aloud to them, parents are also smarter for it). 

 

 

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