Library League reading program in full swing


Harrison admires his sister Daphne as she prepares for takeoff.

Harrison admires his sister Daphne as she prepares for takeoff.


With school out and the Library League summer reading program in full swing, Carnegie Public Library Children’s Department has been a busy place. Kids can stop in any time to register for Library League. There is no cost. Children simply read books and win prizes! In addition to reading for prizes, the library is hosting over 60 programs for children this summer. Pictured, Emma checked out her very first library book ever. Children ages 5 and older can get their library cards.


Wyatt rings the gong after getting his library card while brother Henry prepares for his turn.


Mason and Addison are registered for Library League and entered the raffle.


Harrison admires his sister Daphne as she prepares for takeoff.

With school out and the Library League summer reading program in full swing, Carnegie Public Library Children’s Department has been a busy place. Kids can stop in any time to register for Library League. There is no cost. Children simply read books and win prizes! In addition to reading for prizes, the library is hosting over 60 programs for children this summer. Pictured, Emma checked out her very first library book ever. Children ages 5 and older can get their library cards.

Wyatt rings the gong after getting his library card while brother Henry prepares for his turn.

Mason and Addison are registered for Library League and entered the raffle.

Harrison admires his sister Daphne as she prepares for takeoff.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/06/web1_daphne-and-harry-astronaut.jpgHarrison admires his sister Daphne as she prepares for takeoff.

With school out and the Library League summer reading program in full swing, Carnegie Public Library Children’s Department has been a busy place. Kids can stop in any time to register for Library League. There is no cost. Children simply read books and win prizes! In addition to reading for prizes, the library is hosting over 60 programs for children this summer. Pictured, Emma checked out her very first library book ever. Children ages 5 and older can get their library cards.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/06/web1_emma-hill.jpgWith school out and the Library League summer reading program in full swing, Carnegie Public Library Children’s Department has been a busy place. Kids can stop in any time to register for Library League. There is no cost. Children simply read books and win prizes! In addition to reading for prizes, the library is hosting over 60 programs for children this summer. Pictured, Emma checked out her very first library book ever. Children ages 5 and older can get their library cards.

Wyatt rings the gong after getting his library card while brother Henry prepares for his turn.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/06/web1_Henry-and-Wyatt-Meyer.jpgWyatt rings the gong after getting his library card while brother Henry prepares for his turn.

Mason and Addison are registered for Library League and entered the raffle.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/06/web1_yahns-register.jpgMason and Addison are registered for Library League and entered the raffle.