Hooksett library targets all ages for summer reading
“There’s also great research that indicates if kids see parents reading, they’re much more likely to read and find success in a educational environment,” he said.
Each program has a unique age-specific theme associated with the recent STEM education movement, which focuses on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, said Bose.
The adults summer reading program is “Literally Elements” and each participant receives a bingo card.
The library’s goal is to reach 2,000 hours read among participants. If that number is reached or exceeded, Miss Vickie (Desharnais) and Miss Ellen (Tweedy), the children’s librarians, have volunteered to be slimed.
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