Tails and Tales, Lee County Library System’s 2021 summer reading program for all ages, kicks off June 14.
Participants are encouraged to explore their imagination through reading and learning adventures about wildlife and folktales. The summer reading program offers engaging virtual events, weekly “Grab and Go” activity kits, reading and activity challenges and prizes.
For students, reading over summer break can help prevent the learning loss known as the “summer slump” and keep kids on track for the upcoming school year. The purpose of the program is to spark curiosity in even the most reluctant reader by offering activities and reading challenges that are fun and engaging.
During the six-week program, the library is offering virtual programs for pre-K, children, teens and adults.
To find out more about the Tails and Tales summer reading program, click here.