Teens, are you looking for books to read this summer? Check out the list of YA books in the Teen Tournament of Books bracket. In celebration of Teen Literature Day in April, Niles teens signed up to participate in a Teen Tournament of Books. Each teen judge read and reviewed two books and then picked their choice to go on to the next round of reading and reviewing All books judged by the teens are available in the YA Fiction area of the Teen Underground.
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Now that summer is coming up, school will be out for the next few months and you’ll have plenty of free time to chill. If you find yourself moping around the house with nothing to do, the Niles Library has just the thing to cure summertime boredom: Become a Summer Reading Club volunteer!
Any students entering grades 7 through 12 for Fall 2015 are encouraged to become a volunteer. Why spend a few hours each week helping out at the Library this summer? You get to have fun while helping little kids, and you can also earn service hours while gaining great experience.
In order to become a volunteer, you will have to attend our Summer Reading Club Volunteer Orientation. There are three different orientations available, of which you only have to attend one. Join us on Saturday, May 30 at 10:30 am, Wednesday, June 3 at 7 pm, OR Thursday, July 2 and 7 pm to learn about this year’s Summer Reading Club theme and general guidelines of volunteering. To register for the orientation, click here.
Make this summer fun and worthwhile with the Niles Public Library!
Summer Reading at the Niles Library is a big deal! We work for months and months to get ready for kids to come in and play our giant-sized games. Now it is up and ready to play! Here’s how it works.
Here’s what you need to do:
Step One: Come to KidSpace and sign up. You will get a reading folder.
Step Two: Take a free turn on the game! You will already have earned your first Glummy token to spend at the store.
Younger kids play our Read-to-Me game, where they can play animal games with our volunteers. They win a prize every time!
You might be thinking, That sounds like fun, but there’s a lot of other fun stuff to do over the summer. But kids work hard through the school year to improve their reading and pre-reading skills, and if they stop reading over the summer, they will lose what they learned. Studies show that kids who participate in summer reading programs do better in school. So take some time to read this summer, and come to the library and play.
For more information about our “Paws To Read” Summer Reading Clubs for adults and teens, click here!
Our summer reading club is almost over. There’s just one week left to turn in your reading logs. Friday, August 27 will be the last day. Register and turn in your completed logs by 5:00pm that day to be eligible for prizes!
Our grand prize this year is an iPod Touch. We’re also giving away two Sansa Clip+ mp3 players. All of these devices are compatible with our downloadable audiobooks.