Summer Reading Program
The Summer Reading Program is under way and everyone is enjoying the chance to reunite with friends in a relaxing atmosphere at the Dublin Public Library. It’s not too late to join us as we offer something new and different every week. “Dream Big…Read” is the theme this summer and we are reading wonderful books about the night sky, the patterns of animals and people who only come out at night. We also have many inspiring biographies on display to spark an interest in achieving some wonderful goals or dreams of our own. If you live in Dublin and your children do not have a library card, be sure to ask the librarians how they can get one so they can start reading this summer. The program is offered Wednesday mornings at 10 am through August 8. The library will be closed on July 4. Everyone will have an opportunity to create a craft as well as play board games, check out a book and relax.
Chat*Eat*Read begins on Monday, July 9, and will meet each Monday in July from 6:30 to 7:30 pm. R.J. Palacio’s first novel, Wonder, will be read aloud and talked about. It’s a wonderful story about what it feels like to be different. This goes beyond the bullying stories that we read and hear about and gives a deep look into the heart of this very special boy and all the people close to him. Pizza and drinks will be served. This program is offered to children entering 4th grade and up.
Are you on the waiting list? The book everyone is talking about is at the library!
The Art of the Sale by P.D. Broughton
Crystal Gardens by A. Quick
The Innocents by F. Segal
The 500 by M. Quirk
Abundance by P. Diamandis
Cronkite by D. Brinkley