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Welcome to the Library Kids Page!

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Summer Reading @ Your Library

Track the books you read this summer to earn prizes just for reading!
Pick up a free reading log at your local library.
Or play our online game to earn points, badges, and prizes!
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  Sign up at
Come to the weekly Summer Reading club meetings for fun activities, games, crafts and more. See our events calendar to find out  what your local branch is offering!

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Tuesdays, June 21st-July 26th, 11:00-noon
(no program 4th of July week)

Chester Library Club
Wednesdays, 10:30-noon, June 22nd-July 13th

Looking for a good read? We've got lots of great new books waiting for you at the library! Here's one of our top picks this week...

Fully Illustrated Harry Potter!

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Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone: The Illustrated Edition. Written by J.K. Rowling, illustrated by Jim Kay.

Where do I Find It? In the Young Adult section, under "R" for the author's last name. Ask a librarian for help if you can't find it!

Why Should I Read It? Did you love the Harry Potter books and movies? Then you'll want to check out this new twist on the story! Nearly every page has an amazing full-color illustration, bringing all your favorite characters and scenes to life in an eye-opening new way.

Read Any Good Books Lately?
Have you read a great book you want to recommend to other kids?

Pick up a form in the Children's Room and write the title, author, and a sentence or two about why you liked it, or draw a picture of something you liked about the book. Turn it in at the front desk, and your review will get posted on this page!

Or email your review to:
Links for Kids
Plumas Library
Summer Reading Online
 AR Bookfinder

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Quincy Library Programs for Kids

 Baby Bounce Storytime
Wednesdays 10 a.m.
(ages 0-36 months)

Babies are never too young for storytime! Infants who listen to stories in their first year, even before they comprehend the words, will have better reading readiness, bigger vocabularies, and more language skills as they grow up. Plus it's just plain fun!
Baby Bounce Storytime offers:
  • Books just right for babies, with bright, simple pictures
  • Songs, nursery rhymes, and activities that help language development
  •  The perfect place for babies and parents to socialize and meet new friends!
Preschool Storytime
Wednesdays 10:30 a.m.
(ages 3 and up)

Kids ages 3 and up are invited to join Miss Dora and Miss Sherry
every Wednesday for stories, songs, games, and crafts. Help your little one start
building their early literacy and Kindergarten-readiness skills!

Branch Library Programs for Kids
Portola Library: Preschool Storytime

First Tuesday of the month
10:30 am

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