Parents looking for ways to get their kids to disconnect from electronic devices over the summer months - here's an opportunity. The Superior Public Library invites everyone to take part in their 2022 Summer Reading Program for kids and teens; the theme for this summer is 'Oceans of Possibilities'.

The program is open to all kids age from beginning reading level to 18.

To get started, just visit the Youth Services Desk at the Superior Public Library to pick up a paper tracker.  That reading bingo card lets the kids track their reading progress all summer long, on the path towards earning prizes along the way. You can also chart the kids progress using Beanstalk, an online service available on the Superior Public Library's website.  You can either use an existing account you have set up or sign up for a new one; the sign up process is relatively easy and fast.

Like we said, the kids earn prizes along the way as the continue their reading throughout the summer.  There is also a grand prize to be awarded when the program is finished at the end of this summer.  (It's worth noting that the more you read, the better your chances are at all of the prizes)

The Oceans of Possibilities Summer Reading Program runs June 1 through August 31.  Obviously the earlier you sign up and start participating, the more chances you'd have at the grand prize - however, participation is encouraged at any point of the summer months. (i.e. it's never too late to sign up and get started)

For more details, check out the Superior Public Library's website.  The Superior Public Library is easy to find at 1530 Tower Avenue, right at the corner of Belknap and Tower.  Current, updated hours are Monday through Thursday 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM, Friday 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM, and Saturday 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM.

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