Grab Your Library Card — the Summer Reading Program at KDL is Back, with a Twist!
I’m a pretty laid back summer mom.
I let the break from school give us a chance to breathe and relax. But one thing I don’t let go of, even in this time of social distancing, is reading.
We’re going to be flexible this summer. Normally, we’d pack up and head off to our local library branch every week to participate in KDL’s fabulous Summer Reading Program, but this year we’re going to log on to get our Summer Reading fix.
What is changing this summer?
Kids and families can still all participate and we all still get rewarded just for signing up and reading, which is a huge win in my book.
One big change this year is that sign up and participation will happen online.
Kent District Library has operated the largest summer reading program in the state of Michigan for years and this year they’re going even bigger by adding a Summer Learning component. KDL’s 2020 summer program, Summer Wonder, focuses on science, technology, engineering, art, and math, otherwise known as STEAM learning.
This new at-home program blends reading, learning, and discovery for all ages. It takes everything you know and love from KDL’s typical Summer Reading program and makes it even bigger and better.
Stick with me to learn more about the new summer reading program at KDL.
You’ll find that…
- It’s easy.
- It’s fun.
- It’s free.
- It’s for all ages.
- You can participate from anywhere.
- And of course, there are plenty of prizes!