Salt River Tribal Library announces the 2017 Summer Reading Program

Salt River Tribal Library announces the 2017 Summer Reading Program
Posted on 04/24/2017
Summer Reading BenefitsYoung readers will explore elements of the world around us during the Salt River Tribal Library 2017 Summer Reading Program. This year’s theme is “Build a Better World.”

The 2017 Summer Reading Program is open to people ranging from preschool-age through adult. Participation is free and adult/family engagement is encouraged, especially during the Read-to-Me portion of the program to help non-independent readers learn to love books.

The program will feature reading hour, group games, art projects and science and engineering experiments, among many other fun activities. Prize incentives will be awarded throughout the program.

Registration for the “Build a Better World” 2017 Summer Reading Program begins May 22. Track your family’s reading from May 29 through July 28.

For more information, call the Tribal Library at 480-362-2557 or visit our website at www.srpmic-ed.org/triballibrary.

About Salt River Tribal Library: The Tribal Library is a department within Salt River Schools. It has served the community for more than 30 years. The library houses 13,000-plus books and periodicals, including a wide selection of audiobooks and music CDs. There are 14 available computers for public use. The Sebastian Juan Memorial Collection contains select books on the O’odham, Piipaash and other tribes in Arizona.



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