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Maryland Summer Reading Club

SummerReading“One World, Many Stories” is the theme this year as Maryland Public Libraries announce the Statewide Summer Reading Club beginning in June. “One World, Many Stories,” will include many activities for all ages celebrating diverse cultures of the world. By registering with their local public library, children and teens from birth through high school may participate in this program.

Participation in the program is easy. Students choose their own reading material and track their progress using Reading Logs available free of charge at Maryland public libraries. Last summer more than 150,000 children and teens in Maryland participated in the Summer Reading Club. The program is a cooperative project between the local public libraries, the Maryland State Department of Education, and the Division of Library Development and Services, with funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

Students may register for the Summer Reading Club at most Maryland Public Libraries and can follow the links below for more information.
Anne Arundel County: http://www.aacpl.net/
Calvert County: http://calvert.lib.md.us/
Howard County: http://www.hclibrary.org/
Prince George’s County: www.prge.lib.md.us/
Queen Anne’s County: www.prge.lib.md.us/

Be sure to take a look at our national summer reading activities article for information on additional summer reading clubs such as Barnes & Noble and PizzaHut.

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