It’s Summer Reading Time Again
If you can read just one book a week for five weeks, the library near you has a prize waiting.
The state’s annual Summer Reading Program aims to get everyone in Central Oahu to put their nose in books between June 2 and July 6, and registration begins May 28.
Children (infants through grade 6) who sign up will “Dig into Reading” and even get a hands-on gardening kit to inspire their curiosity about all things underground and under the sea.
Teens (grades 7-12, plus 2013 graduates) will be vying for an iPod shuffle and other awesome tech incentives as they read “Beneath the Surface” (of the earth, ocean, history, etc.). Adults (age 18 and older) have a chance to win an e-reader as they thumb through “Groundbreaking Reads” on all topics.
The Friends of the Library and dozens of foundations and corporations are backing the summer program with prizes and funds, some of which will underwrite lively performances by storytellers and artists.
To register and get details, visit or call the nearest public library – Wahiawa (622-6345), Mililani (627-7470), Kahuku (293-8935) or Waialua (637-8286) branch.