Florence Library offers Summer Reading program
Florence County Library System during the 2021 Summer Reading Program. This year’s theme, “Tails and Tales!” encourages children and teens to discover the world and other cultures through reading.
The Summer Reading Program, which is open to youth from preschoolers to young adults, features BINGO Challenge, a summer reading club, Take and Make crafts, and virtual programs.
Summer Reading Club: preschoolers (ages 2-5), children (Grades 5K-5th) and teens (6th grade-12th grade) can register online at www.florencelibsc.readsquared.com starting June 14 or visit their local branch to pick up a summer reading packet.
BINGO Challenge cards will be available on the library’s website to print off or in the summer reading packets. Children who read 10 hours, preschoolers who listen to 10 hours of reading, and teens who read 12 hours by July 30 can get a summer reading prize (while supplies last).
BINGO Challenge: Complete all activities on the BINGO card by July 30 to earn a summer reading prize (while supplies last).
Information about virtual programs, BINGO Challenge, Summer Reading Club and Make and Take craft kits may be found at www. florencelibrary.org. People can like, friend, and follow Dewey D. Fox on Facebook.
Information about summer reading programs is also available on the Florence County Library Facebook page, and on Twitter. Information about teen programs is available at @FloTeenScape on Twitter and Instagram.