Summer Reading Program for Children, Teens & Adults!

Join us this year for a virtual program ‘Imagine Your Story’.  Our programs will be all virtual this year and they will be listed here and on our Facebook page.

All you need to do is read books, magazines and listen to audios, keep track on your reading log, return it to the library and get entered in drawings for prizes.  We can pick up the registration and logs through our curbside service,or we can mail them to you, then you return them in the book drop.  If you’d rather you can make an online account with Engaged Patrons to keep your logs, with the links below.  Let’s make this year our biggest yet!

Children – Pre K-6th Grade        Teen – 7th Grade-12 Grade        Adult – 18 Years and Up



Summer Reading Ye Olde STEAM – Wednesdays at 3:00 pm

Check out our Facebook page each Wednesday as Ms. Kathy shares a new Fable or Fairy Tale-themed STEAM Challenge. Then share a photo or short video of your results with us. For ages 10-teens.

7/1: 3 Little Pigs- Houses that cannot be blown down

7/8: Hansel & Gretel- Witch Trap

7/15: 3 Billy Goats Gruff- Make a Covered Bridge or Boat

7/22: Beauty and the Beast- Build a Book Stand for Belle

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Enjoy These Online Programs!

While we are closed you can enjoy these online programs and help for all ages:

1000 Books Before Kindergarten

While we are temporarily closed you can keep track of the books you read to you child and sign when we reopen.  Just write down the author and title of the books as you read them.  The sign up your child in the national campaign here at Lepper Library to read 1000 books before they start Kindergarten.  This is a great way to get them Kindergarten ready and it is free!  Children get incentives along the way and a gift at the completion.  Sign up anytime in the Children’s Department.

Bad Kitty Joins the Team by Nick Bruel

See Kitty as you’ve never seen her before: EXERCISING (reluctantly) in Bad Kitty Joins the Team, the latest installment of Nick Bruel’s phenomenally successful New York Times bestselling series.

Kitty is terribly out of shape―she can barely torment Puppy without needing a break to huff and puff! When Kitty’s owner catches her wheezing, Kitty is told it’s time to EXERCISE.

It takes some serious convincing, a high-stakes competition, and a little bit of trickery but eventually Kitty gets into the competitive spirit . . . albeit reluctantly. What did you expect?

Will our favorite feline friend learn what it means to be a good sport? Find out in this hilarious addition to the Bad Kitty series.

Available at the Lepper Library

Song for a Whale by Lynne Kelly

In the spirit of modern-day classics like Fish in a Tree and Counting by 7s comes the Schneider Family Book Award-winning story of a deaf girl’s connection to a whale whose song can’t be heard by his species, and the journey she takes to help him.

From fixing the class computer to repairing old radios, twelve-year-old Iris is a tech genius. But she’s the only deaf person in her school, so people often treat her like she’s not very smart. If you’ve ever felt like no one was listening to you, then you know how hard that can be.

When she learns about Blue 55, a real whale who is unable to speak to other whales, Iris understands how he must feel. Then she has an idea: she should invent a way to “sing” to him! But he’s three thousand miles away. How will she play her song for him?

Full of heart and poignancy, this affecting story by sign language interpreter Lynne Kelly shows how a little determination can make big waves.


Available at the Lepper Library

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