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Summer reading returns to KDL


KENT COUNTY—Last year, Kent District Library had the most popular summer reading program of any public library system in Michigan, with 33,269 participants. This year’s Summer Reading at KDL program, sponsored by Consumers Energy, runs from Monday, June 6 to Saturday, August 13. With reading activities and prizes for kids, teens and adults, Summer Reading @ KDL offers something for everyone. Participants can sign up at kdl.READsquared.com or fill out a paper registration at any KDL branch.

KDL is also offering an exciting line-up of free summer programs, including The Village Puppeteers, Magic with Tim Plunkard, DIY Spa for Teens, Adding Color to Your Garden and so much more!

Studies show that students typically score lower on standardized tests at the end of summer vacation than they do on the same tests at the beginning of summer vacation. Kent District Library’s summer reading program is an important step in helping to prevent what’s known as summer reading loss by providing programs and activities that encourage learning while children and teens are away from school. It’s a great way for families to Be Strong this summer.

For more information, call 784-2007 or visit www.kdl.org.

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