Children

Max by Bob Graham

Reader's Theatre: Featuring 'Max'

Calling all readers! Please join us in the children's room for Reader's Theatre.Max by Bob Graham is the featured piece.
"Super Guinea Pig" by Weigelt

Reader's Theatre Featuring ‘Super Guinea Pig to the Rescue’

Calling all readers! Please join us in the children's room on Monday, July 20 at 4 p.m. for Reader's Theatre.

Harry Potter Spider-Man vs. The Evil Zombie Ninjas

A creative writing workshop by 826DC on superheroes and villains. Students learn the basics of writing conflict in a supernatural showdown between heroic good guys and villainous bad guys. For ages 8-12. 1-3 p.m.

OSSE Healthy Schools ACT: Story Time

Question: What food every hero loves to eat? Answer: Come and find out on July 8. Join us for a fun, interactive read-aloud with books from the Healthy Schools Act Booklist that celebrates health and wellness. This program is for 5- to 10-year-olds designed to build literacy, listening and group participation skills. For ages 5-7 at 10:30 a.m. Ages 8-12 at 1 p.m.  
Rodrick Rules

Wimpy Kid Group: Rodrick Rules

Diary of a Wimpy Kid fans! Join the Woodridge Library Wimpy Kid Group to discuss your favorite parts of Rodrick Rules on the above date.
heroheroine

How To Be A Hero: The Sequel!

"How To Be A Hero: The Sequel" is a fun storytelling, reading, writing and drawing program for our Summer Readers, ages 6 - 9.   Let’s explore the continuing adventures of those superhero “alter egos” and bring the adventures to an exciting end! This program can count towards 1 hour (= 4 colored masks) of Summer Reading credit!    
heroheroine

How to Be A Hero

"How To Be A Hero" is a fun storytelling, reading, writing and drawing program for our Summer Readers, ages 6 - 9.   Let’s create cool origin stories with illustrations to explain our superhero names, powers and personalities (also known as “alter egos”)! This program can count towards 1 hour (= 4 colored masks) of Summer Reading credit!    

Northeast Library Block Party

Help the Northeast Library close the DCPL Summer Reading Program in style. Dress up 
caseytrees

Casey Tree Wise Program

TreeWise is Casey Trees’ nature-and place-based summer education program, developed to get youth ages six to ten outdoors, interacting with and appreciating trees. Youth participants engage in fun, hands-on activities and include scavenger hunts, leaf and bark rubbings, tree identification, water relays and more – and are all tailored to be age-appropriate.  
caseytrees

Casey Tree Wise Program

TreeWise is Casey Trees’ nature-and place-based summer education program, developed to get youth ages six to ten outdoors, interacting with and appreciating trees. Youth participants engage in fun, hands-on activities and include scavenger hunts, leaf and bark rubbings, tree identification, water relays and more – and are all tailored to be age-appropriate.  

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