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    Libraries or other organizations that offer opportunities, usually during the summer when children are not in school, for children who have some reading skills to enhance their appreciation of books by participating in weekly reading activities that often relate to a special theme.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    B.C.A and Childcare Center - Day CampProvides (2) four week encampments. Breakfast and lunch are included. Arts, crafts, drama, sports, field trips, library reading club, dance and bible lessons are offered. Extended hours are available.PhiladelphiaBlair Christian Academy and Childcare Center - Philadelphia; GermantownB.C.A and Childcare Center
    Berwick Area United Way - Dolly Parton Imagination LibraryDolly Parton's Imagination Libary is a free book program. Each month a new, carefully selected book will be mailed in a child's name directly to their home. Programming will continue until the child turns five years old as long as you remain a resident of the Berwick Area. Participants must remain a resident of the Berwick Area School District to continue with this program. ColumbiaBerwick Area United WayUnited Way of Wyoming Valley
    Blair County Library System Children's Reading Clubs - Altoona Area Public LibraryReading club for children.BlairAltoona Area Public LibraryBlair County Library System
    Blair County Library System Children's Reading Clubs - Hollidaysburg Area Public LibraryReading club for children.BlairHollidaysburg Area Public LibraryBlair County Library System
    Blair County Library System Children's Reading Clubs - Tyrone-Snyder Public LibraryReading club for children.BlairTyrone-Snyder Public LibraryBlair County Library System
    Children's Library Services - Back Mountain - Luzerne County Library SystemPicture and board books, beginning readers for preschool through grade three, children's reference books, cassettes, fiction for elementary and middle school, non-fiction, biographies, holiday books, and computers are located in the Children's Wing. Infant, toddler, and preschool story times are scheduled all year-round. Special programs are done throughout the year with guest speakers and presenters and a summer Reading Club is done each summer for toddlers and elementary age children.LuzerneBack Mountain Memorial LibraryLuzerne County Library System
    Children's Library Services - Hazleton Area Public Library - Luzerne County Library SystermChildren's Department in Hazleton Public Library. Materials for Children: Our collection offers board books, picture books, easy readers, novels, a wide array of non-fiction, paperbacks, magazines, award books, reference materials, and a special section of books for parents and teachers. We also have a growing number of bilingual books written in English and Spanish. Print materials are located in the Children's Department. Audio and video materials for children can be found on the lower level. Programs for Children: The Children's Department of the Hazleton Area Public Library offers Toddler and Preschool storytime sessions several times throughout the year. Toddler Storytime is for children aged 2 and 3, accompanied by an adult. Preschool Storytime is for children aged 4, 5, and 6. Storytimes are thematic programs filled with stories, songs, activities and crafts designed to foster a love of books and reading. School aged children can join us for special evening or Saturday programs throughout the year. Check our calendar of events for the next great program!LuzerneHazleton Area Public LibraryLuzerne County Library System
    Crossroads Community Center - Summer ReadingProgram to improve reading skills of children below their expected reading level.PhiladelphiaCrossroads Community Center - Philadelphia; KensingtonCrossroads Community Center
    Degenstein Community Library - Children and Youth Services - Summer Reading ProgramSummer Reading ProgramNorthumberlandDegenstein Community Library - Children and Youth ServicesDegenstein Community Library
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Bushrod BranchThis is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes for reading and other independent library activities. Children up to 6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teens in 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every time they read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a book on tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call for specific dates.PhiladelphiaBushrod BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Bustleton BranchThis is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes for reading and other independent library activities. Children up to 6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teens in 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every time they read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a book on tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call for specific dates.PhiladelphiaBustleton BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Fox Chase BranchThis is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes for reading and other independent library activities. Children up to 6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teens in 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every time they read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a book on tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call for specific dates.PhiladelphiaFox Chase BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Haddington BranchThis is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes for reading and other independent library activities. Children up to 6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teens in 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every time they read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a book on tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call for specific dates.PhiladelphiaHaddington BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Holmesburg BranchThis is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes for reading and other independent library activities. Children up to 6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teens in 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every time they read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a book on tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call for specific dates.PhiladelphiaHolmesburg BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Independence BranchThis is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes for reading and other independent library activities. Children up to 6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teens in 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every time they read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a book on tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call for specific dates.PhiladelphiaIndependence BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Joseph E. Coleman Northwest Regional BranchThis is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes for reading and other independent library activities. Children up to 6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teens in 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every time they read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a book on tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call for specific dates.PhiladelphiaJoseph E. Coleman Northwest Regional BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Katherine Drexel BranchThis is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes for reading and other independent library activities. Children up to 6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teens in 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every time they read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a book on tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call for specific dates.PhiladelphiaKatherine Drexel BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Kensington BranchThis is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes for reading and other independent library activities. Children up to 6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teens in 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every time they read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a book on tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call for specific dates.PhiladelphiaKensington BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Lawncrest BranchThis is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes for reading and other independent library activities. Children up to 6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teens in 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every time they read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a book on tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call for specific dates.PhiladelphiaLawncrest BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Library for the Blind and Physically DisabledThis is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes for reading and other independent library activities. Children up to 6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teens in 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every time they read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a book on tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call for specific dates.PhiladelphiaLibrary for the Blind and Physically DisabledFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Ramonita De Rodriguez BranchThis is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes for reading and other independent library activities. Children up to 6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teens in 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every time they read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a book on tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call for specific dates.PhiladelphiaRamonita De Rodriguez BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Welsh Road BranchThis is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes for reading and other independent library activities. Children up to 6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teens in 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every time they read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a book on tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call for specific dates.PhiladelphiaWelsh Road BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Ken Pollock Children's Library- Osterhout Central - Luzerne County Library SystemChildren's Wing offers: Children's Reading Club. Story Time for infants, Toddlers and pre-schoolers (ages birth to 5yrs). Books & Babies Programs (Ages 1-3 yrs).LuzerneOsterhout Free Library - Central BranchLuzerne County Library System
    Library Services - Marian Sutherland Kirby Library - Mountaintop - Luzerne County Library SystemPublic Library. In addition to the latest new releases and best sellers, the library also carries a great selection of movies and documentaries on DVD as well as CD Books and magazines. eBooks are now available to anyone with a library card through the library website at www.kirbylib.org. Adult book Club. Teen Reading room and Teen Book Club. Children's Story time. Library staff now provides free, scheduled one-on-one computer training sessions with patrons age 50 and up. Kirby Cafe open to enjoy coffee/tea/hot cocoa Kcups ($1.50) while ready daily newspapers or latest issue of favorite magazine.LuzerneMarian Sutherland Kirby LibraryLuzerne County Library System
    Library Services - Pittston Memorial Library - Luzerne County Library SystemPublic Library. Adult, Teen and Children's book clubs. Children's story time. Computer access. Computer classes. LuzernePittston Memorial LibraryLuzerne County Library System
    Library Services - West Pittston Library - Luzerne County Library SystemPublic Library. Loans books, audiobooks, CD's, DVD's, videos, and magazines. Computer internet access. Children and Youth summer reading program. Children story time. Youth programs. Adult book Club.LuzerneWest Pittston Public LibraryLuzerne County Library System
    Library Services - Wyoming Free Library - Luzerne County Library SystemPublic Library. Loans books, videos, DVD's, CD's, viedos, audio books, magazines. Internet access. Children's story time and summer read program. Children and Adult book clubs.LuzerneWyoming Free LibraryLuzerne County Library System
    Milton Public Library - Summer Reading ProgramSummer library programs, with new themes each summer, encourage young people to keep up their reading over the summer months. NorthumberlandMilton Public LibraryMilton Public Library
    Montgomery House Warrior Run Area Public Library - Children's ActivitiesThe Library has a large collection of storybooks, videos and learning activities for kids of all ages. Children's programming includes Books 4 Babies, PreK Storytime, 0-K Read and Play Play Date and Lego Club. Additionally, each summer the library sponsors a Summer Reading program. See website and calendar for schedule of programs.NorthumberlandMontgomery House Warrior Run Area Public LibraryMontgomery House Warrior Run Area Public Library
    Mount Carmel Area Public Library - Summer Reading ProgramWhen children enter school, reading during the summer helps them be ready for each new school year.

The library’s summer reading program is the easiest and most fun way to get and keep kids ready to learn.NorthumberlandMount Carmel Area Public LibraryMount Carmel Area Public Library
    North Wales Library - Programs Including Book Discussion Groups For Many AgesPrograms Including Book Discussion Groups For Many Ages is a service free of charge for toddlers, pre-schoolers, elementary school children, young adults and adults.MontgomeryNorth Wales Library - Montgomery; North WalesNorth Wales Library
    Priestly-Forsythe Memorial Library - Kids RockCreated for Kindergarten and first graders, club caters to those who are just beginning to read. Children’s books and activities will be given each week to give new readers many chances to feel successful with his or her new skill. Program available every Monday from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm September through April.NorthumberlandPriestly-Forsythe Memorial Library - Children's ProgramsPriestly-Forsythe Memorial Library
    RSVP - America Reads Program ChesterRSVP recruits and trains volunteer reading coaches to increase literacy development by expanding opportunities for children to have shared adult-child book reading time, ultimately helping youth read on grade level by 3rd grade and stay on track to school success.ChesterRSVP - Montgomery; PARSVP
    Story Hour and Summer Reading Program, Juniata County LibraryThe library offers several story hours each week including a story time for toddlers. A yearly Summer Reading Program for children and teens is aimed at helping avoid the "summer slide" and keeping kids motivated to read during the summerJuniataJuniata County Library, IncJuniata County Library, Inc
    United Way of Susquehanna County - Dolly Parton Imagination LibraryDolly Parton's Imagination Libary is a free book program for children, birth to 5 years. Each month a new, carefully selected book will be mailed in a child's name directly to their home at no cost. Programming will continue until the child turns five years old as long as you remain a resident Susquehanna County.SusquehannaUnited Way of Susquehanna CountyUnited Way of Susquehanna County
    United Way of Susquehanna County - REAL Men ReadVolunteer reading program that brings in MENtors and MENtor Assistants from Susquehanna County to read to kindergarten students for one hour each month to help foster early literacy. At the end of each reading visit students receive a copy of the book read to add to their own personal library. The program now serves kindergarten classes in the Elk Lake and Blue Ridge Elementary Schools serving the kindergarten classes with hopes of reaching other county school districts in future years.SusquehannaUnited Way of Susquehanna CountyUnited Way of Susquehanna County
    United Way of Wyoming Valley - Campaign for Grade-Level Reading (GLR)Campaign for Grade-Level Reading is served through the following programs or partnerships: School Readiness: Keystone STARS is an initiative of the Office of Child Development and Early Learning (OCDEL) to improve, support, and recognize the continuous quality improvement efforts of early learning programs in Pennsylvania. Dolly Parton's Imagination Libary is a free book program. Each month a new, carefully selected book will be mailed in a child's name directly to their home. Programming will continue until the child turns five years old as long as you remain a resident of the Wyoming Valley. Should the child move outside the Wyoming Valley, he/she automatically exits the program. The Children's Book Drive is an annual celebration sponsored by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) to focus public attention on the needs of young children and their families and to recognize the early childhood programs and services that meet those needs. New and gently used children's books that will then be distributed to children in the Wyoming Valley. REAL MEN READ is a volunteer reading program that brings in MENtors from the Wyoming Valley community to read to kindergarten students for one hour each month to help foster early literacy. Literacy Kits are summer-themed reading kits for children ages 3 – 5 enrolled in Pre-K Counts classrooms across Wyoming Valley. The literacy kits contain age-appropriate books as well as a variety ofliter acy activities and helpful information for parents to keep children learning throughout the summer as they prepare to enter kindergarten. Turn the Page is an effort to introduce young learners to library services. Through this program, kindergarten and first grade students have access to the Osterhout Free Library’s Youth Librarian who visits the school library on a weekly basis and works to enhance what students are learning in the classroom. School Attendance: In honor of September’s Attendance Awareness Month, the United Way of Wyoming Valley hosts an annual poster contest from September 1st through September 30th which aims to raise awareness among students and parents about the importance of going to school every day. Students and their families complete the poster together, and a team of judges from the school select a winner from each grade. The Nurse’s Pantry provides at-risk students and families with access to commonly needed material items to address needs of an urgent nature. Pantry items include hygiene kits, lice kits, clothing and footwear. The Nurse’s Pantry will enable the nurse to directly assist struggling students and families, and in turn help reduce chronic absenteeism in early grade students. Attendance Awareness Campaign is a partnership with dozens of local out of school time and summer learning providers to distribute attendance awareness literature from Attendance Works to help shine a spotlight on the importance of good attendance and give parents the tips they need to prepare children for a lifetime of success. Summer Learning: The TAG IN awareness campaign is two-pronged program provided in partnership with United Way of Wyoming Valley, Wilkes-Barre Area School District, The Campaign for Grade Level Reading (C-GRL), and The Luzerne Foundation. The first priority is to ensure parents, especially those of elementary aged school children, understand why it is so critical to keep kids reading over the summer. The second goal, which is just as important, is to keep kids reading over the summer. The United Way Feed and Read Program utilizes a network of community centers and churches to provide lunch, half through the USDA Break Spot program and the other by utilizing their own center’s kitchen resources at many of the sites. In addition, United Way also has reading mentors who volunteer to provide one-on-one and group reading opportunities and encourage summer reading. Each child will receive reading-level appropriate books to keep in their personal library. LuzerneUnited Way of Wyoming ValleyUnited Way of Wyoming Valley
    Upper Merion Township - Youth ServicesYouth Services offers a wide variety of programs to children and families that will foster interest in and love for reading. Programs available include: - Story Hours (for preschoolers, toddlers, and infants) - The Junior Friends of the Library volunteer Group - EScrip Program (to raise money for the children's department) - Reading Buddies - Dedicate a BookMontgomeryUpper Merion Township Library - Montgomery; King of PrussiaUpper Merion Township
    Young Adult Library Department- Osterhout Central - Luzerne County Library SystemLibrary activities for young adults include Teen book discussion, Poetry workshops, teen blog, teen library council, senior projects and teen night. Teen Night scheduled every Wednesday night from 6-7:30pm. All young adults from ages 11-18 are welcome. It's something different every week, from watching a movie, to playing videogames, to making crafts or food, to group games, holiday parties, and many other cool things to do with fellow teens.LuzerneOsterhout Free Library - Central BranchLuzerne County Library System

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