Bruce C. Clarke Library Summer Reading Home Page
Welcome to the Reading Program Home Page.
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Tots Ages 0-4
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What Should I Read Next?
NoveList K-8 Plus
Cozy Mystery series
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Program Ends 9 August with Beat the Heat finale
>> log in your reading until 0800 on Saturday 9 August 8, 2014
>> collect your reading incentives until 31 Aug 14
>> we already have a record year – 669 registered and over 10,000 books read
Beat the Heat
****** Saturday August 9: Beat the Heat Summer Reading Program Finale******
>>>>> Starting at 1:00 Crafts
Puppet Show at 1:30
Band Performance 2:00 – 2:45
>>>>> at 2:45 Drawing Announcement for Bikes and more
>>>>> at 3:00 Firetrucks & Water play -- weather permitting
Water Play -- everyone must wear shoes.
All children must be accompanied by a parent, guardian or adult caregiver
Tots 0-4 years (being read to - 5 books a week = 40 books)
Incentives every 5 books while supplies last
Kids 5-12 years ( 3 books per week = 24 books)
Incentives every 3 books while supplies last
Teens and Adults (1 book per week = 8 books)
Incentives every 2 books while supplies last
Pets -- you may also register your pet in the program. There will be random drawings for prizes. If you read to your pet—you may review the book as you would on your own account. Or share your pet’s favorite trick, sleeping spot, TV program, outdoor activity, or other fun stuff.
No live animals are permitted in the library except service dogs per AD 2013-1 and 40 U.S. Code-3103
Do you want suggestions for more books to read, especially series? Try links at the left, especially NoveList.
See Reviews -- Link at bottom of page. Log in and create a reading list of ones that sound interesting or add comments about books others have reviewed.
HINT for reviews. If you put in the ISBN number the cover art should show on in the reviews for other readers to enjoy.
To learn more about the reading adventures at the library please call us 573-563-5857/4113.
A Big Boy Now
This book did not keep my son's attention that much but he did pick out words in the pictures such as bike, and recognized a wheel as from a bike. Other words he picked out from the pictures alone were monkey, slide, swing, and car.
Are You My Mother?
Planting A Rainbow
the Boys of steel
Marc tyler Nobleman
Where to, Little Wombat?
A Green, Green Garden