Chester County Library
Summer Reading Program


SUMMER READING PROGRAM 2019



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A UNIVERSE OF STORIES: THE CHESTER COUNTY LIBRARY'S 

2019 SUMMER READING PROGRAM




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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNERS AND ALL PARTICIPANTS
OF OUR SPACE LEGO CONTEST!



We asked to see creativity around the many themes of space and our bright young patrons astonished us with their talents.


In the category, PreK-First Grade, the winners are:

1st Place     Landrie Barnes for her Space Travel Flower Shop

2nd Place     Zachary Simpson for his Space Ship with Flag, Kryptonite, Escape Pod, & Light Saber

Tied for 3rd Place     Vivian Sanders for her Truck Carrying Spaceship

and

Emma Grace Swain for her
Treasure Planet





In the category, Second-Fifth Grade, the winners are:

1st Place     John Frix  and Conner Joyce for his Battleship, Launch Pad, & Mission Control

2nd Place     Levi Elder for his Alien

3rd Place     Cole Jordan for his
Galaxy Attack







In the category of Patron Favorite, the winner was voted as


Pierce Jordan for his
Galileo Watching the Stars through One of the First Telescopes



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Artwork from the Middle School Book Club





ALL ABOUT THE MIDDLE SCHOOL BOOK CLUB

Since the summer of 2004, the library has offered a Middle School Book Club that meets every Thursday from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM during the months of June and July. Our first meeting for 2019 was Thursday, June 6. Children who have finished third grade through fifth grade may participate, but each child must sign up to attend. A registration sheet is available at the library. Each week, the children receive a book that we will discuss the following week. The children are responsible for purchasing the book, but it will be bought at the library's cost, which is rarely over $5. The meetings consist of a brief discussion of the book, who liked it, and who did not. We also do some type of game, activity, or art project that goes along with the book and a snack that follows the book as well. The Friends of the Library purchase book club t-shirts for members that the children help design, and those are given out at our pizza party on the last day of the summer. 

For more information about any program that the library offers, contact us at 731-989-4673 and like us on Facebook.



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Three of our patrons learn about recycling during one of our summer reading program special events.

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Real earthworms!




THANKS TO OUR GREAT PARTNERS!

TENNESSEE STATE LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES PARTNERS
WITH THE ADVENTURE SCIENCE CENTER OF NASHVILLE


Each child who reads or listens to 100 books or ten books that are 50 pages or more will receive a free cupcake from our local Sweetly Ever After AND a coupon for a free admission to the Adventure Science Center in Nashville thanks to their partnership with the Tennessee State Library and Archives.

The museum is located at 800 Fort Negley Blvd. in Nashville.

The reading program certificate is good until October 31, 2019. Tickets for adults and teens are $19.95 and $15.95 for the museum/planetarium combo; youth tickets (ages 2-12, if they do not have a reading program coupon) are $11.95 and $15.95 for the museum/planetarium combo; and children under two are free.

For more information about the Adventure Science Center and all that it offers, check out www.adventuresci.org
or call 615-862-5160.











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