Young Adult Summer Library Program
- Published on Tuesday, 15 February 2011 19:38
- Written by Administrator
The Young Adult Summer Library Program is for school ages grade 6 through high school. The program is developed to offer constructive incentives for teens to visit the library and to read.
The emphasis on reading is for the pure joy of reading and not for worrying about reading grade levels and book reports. By offering the summer program in the public libraries, the teens will have available to them a wide range of materials. We may never form an avid reader from among all the teens but they will possess a degree of library literacy and the importance of libraries in their communities for the rest of their lives.
The philosophy of the System is to develop a fun, informative, non-competitive theme related summer library program. The reluctant, or poor reader will consider a competative program as an overwhelming hurdle and won't even come into the library to sign up for the program.
Collaborative Summer Library Program
Rules of use
Upcoming and Past Young Adult Summer Library Program Themes
2013 - Beneath the Surface
2012 - Own the Night
2011 - You Are Here
2010 - Make Waves @ Your Library
2009 - Express Yourself @ Your Library (Brad Sneed, artist)
2008 - Metamorphosis @ Your Library (Jan Duursema, artist)
2007 - YNK @ Your Library (Russell Walks, artist)
2006 - Creature Feature (Russell Walks, artist)
2005 - Joust Read (Doug Keith, artist)