2013 Summer Reading T-Shirt Design Contest

Stevens County Library Summer Reading T-Shirt Design Contest Open to ages 10-18 Over 300 kids could be wearing YOUR design! The 2013 Theme is: Dirt, Rocks, and Underground. Designs should bring one or more of these ideas to mind 1.     Designs must be black on white line drawings. 2.     Designs must be drawn by hand. No computer-generated designs will be accepted. 3.     Designs must be appropriate for children AND must represent the  theme. (Participants may  be asked by library staff to edit their designs prior to the voting process.) 4.     Participants must write their name on the back of their

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Moon Over Stevens County

Moon Over Stevens County You are invited to contribute photographs of the Moon over Stevens County, KS. The images will be collected during the Summer Reading Program (June 6 * July 18) and posted in chronological order. The collection will form a library display featuring the Moon’s changing appearance in our local sky over the course of six weeks. Email your moon photos to youthservices@stevenscountylibrary.com, post them to our Facebook page, or print them and submit them at the front desk. Please include your name and the date and approximate time the moon photo was taken.

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Summer Reading Begins June 1!

Our Summer Reading Programs begin this Friday, June 1! Tally sheets for Dream Big, Missions for Own the Night (4-th-8th grade), and BINGO cards for Between the Covers will all be available at 8:00am in the library.  Online page entry for Dream Big will also begin at 8:00am on Friday. Your child’s username is his/her first and last name “squished” together (firstlast – no space!) and the password is their last name. If you have any issues logging in, please call Stacey at (620) 544-2301. Check out our online calendar for a schedule of youth events!

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Read Kansas Read

Attention Young Readers! Governor Sam Brownback wants to help you improve your reading skills, so he has created a program, Read Kansas Read,  that will help keep you reading all summer. Participation is free and easy — all you need to do is read as many books as you can, keep a log of the books you’ve read and send it—no later than August 1, 2012 —  to: Attn: Read Kansas Read Statehouse, Ste. 264-W 300 SW 10th Street Topeka, KS  66612 Print the Read Kansas Read Reading Log Here You may use your Stevens County Library Summer Reading Program

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