When you look back on your childhood summers, what memories do you have?
Dallas Lain is a lawyer and a member of the Laramie County Library System Foundation Board of Directors. More importantly, she is raising four boys in Laramie County with her husband. They understand the value of keeping children on pace for the next school year through summer reading. She is planning to read great books from her childhood this year and is starting with “A Little House on a Prairie.” As a childhood, she remembers reading and also enjoying orange Koolaid and so much more. You have to listen to her video to hear about her great memories.
All ages can participate in the Summer Reading Challenge and it great for families to enjoy together. While the library is still working hard to make sure their facility is a healthy space for employees, they are working to still offer their amazing services to residents through curbside pick up. If you want reading books to participate in the Summer Reading Program they are offering this service. So make a list of books you would like to check out and notify the Library. They will run the books out to your vehicle and it is that simple.
Then make sure to go to their website to signup for the summer reading program. There you will be able to participate in the reading challenge by keeping track of the number of days you are reading, the number of minutes, or the number of books. Earn badges, collect tickets, and enter to win amazing prizes. If you are the parent you, are able to sign yourself up online and then your child using the same login credentials. It can be a family activity and a way to share something special this summer.