Prescott Public Library summer reading program has centennial theme
Summer is the perfect time to read just for fun. At Prescott Public Library, you can still register for the 2012 Summer Reading Program. This year's theme is "Our State, Our Story: Celebrating 100 Years of Arizona," and there is a program for children, teens and adults. Register online, by visiting the library, or by calling the youth desk at 777-1537.
Children who read for 15 minutes each day can collect weekly prizes at the youth desk and submit book reviews to the Summer Reading Program website. This is also your chance to put your face to an Arizona character's body, thanks to PPL's resident artist, Russ Miller. Miller is a caricaturist and illustrator of "The Big Book of Spy Stuff," and he's sharing his talent with us this summer. Show us your reading log and you can have your picture made as a comical Wild West characters.
The Summer Reading Program prizes, programs and publicity are funded through the generosity of Friends of the Prescott Public Library.
For more information, contact the library's youth services desk at 777-1537.