Kids of all ages are invited to join the 2014 Summer Reading Program at your local library when school gets out for the summer! There will be all kinds of activities in addition to special presentations, including story times and crafts and a reading challenge for all ages! Every program at the library is free to the public. Look for special programming at your local branch library.
Join your friends who will be reading great books, logging reading time, sharing book reviews and finding out about library programs. Starting June 9 go to www.ncrl.org then click on Summer Reading Program. Read and log at least 25 hours to be automatically placed in a raffle to win prizes like books, games and a grand prize Kindle!
"100 Books Every Child Should Hear Before Kindergarten"
Links to Literacy is the early literacy program that librarians throughout the NCRL branches use in their weekly storytimes. Links to Literacy is a program that teaches children the skills needed to begin to learn to read. The branch librarians model book-sharing techniques for parents during storytimes, so they can incorporate these ideas into storytimes at home. Join us at your local community library for stories, songs, rhymes and fun!
The TumbleBookLibrary is a collection of TumbleBooks (animated, talking picture books). TumbleBooks are created from existing picture books which are licensed from children's book publishers and converted to the TumbleBook format.
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TumbleBooks are created in flash animation. If you are having trouble entering the site or viewing any of the books or quizzes, make sure you have downloaded the Flash 6 plug-in. You can download it for free here. It only takes a few seconds and you will then be able to view the great animation and hear the engaging narration.
Helping students through one-on-one online tutoring and writing services. The Adult Education Center provides help with resume writing and U.S. citizenship testing and other adult educational topics.