Teen Summer Reading Preview

Posted on Monday, May 8, 2017 by Brandy

The Daniel Boone Regional Library will launch its annual Summer Reading program on Thursday, June 1. This year, we are challenging youth ages 12-18 to read for 20 hours, submit three book reviews and do seven activities that make a positive impact. Complete Summer Reading and you’ll receive a free book. You’ll also be entered into a drawing for other fun rewards including an Amazon Fire tablet.

Create: Submit your photography, painting, drawing or collage into the Teen Art Contest.

Construct: Design your own costume for our after-hours Cosplay Costume Con.

Code: Experiment with robotics to master the basics of computer programming.

The library will also host a breakout room challenge, a creative writing workshop, a multi-day coding camp and several crafting events. Subscribe to our program newsletter to receive event reminders and download a printable flyer to share!

Learn more about our Summer Reading programs for readers of all ages at www.dbrl.org/summer-reading-2017.

Author: Brandy

I am a librarian, technology trainer, gadget addict, amateur photographer, schnauzer lover, and connoisseur of fine children’s and young adult literature.