Every June, public libraries across the Commonwealth kick off their summer programs designed to help readers of all ages explore new lands, cultures, and interests. Participants can choose their own books, track their progress, and feel a sense of achievement. Each library customizes its program and works closely with their counterparts in local schools to build a support network for raising strong readers. To learn more about the Massachusetts Summer Reading program, visit www.readsinma.org.
The Boston Bruins, partners with Massachusetts libraries since 2009, provide prizes for children and teens selected from a pool of candidates who demonstrate outstanding reading involvement.
During the summer, information about summer reading programs and how to register is available at local libraries and their websites. You may also contact Celeste Bruno at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Summer library programs are supported by your local library, the Massachusetts Library System, the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners, and the Boston Bruins, with funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
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