Calling All World Travelers!
Hop on board and join Cook Memorial Library’s 2011 summer reading program, One World, Many Stories.
Each week, keep track of the time you spend reading. Your aim is to have 1120 minutes by the end of 8 weeks. That makes the goal 140 minutes a week or 20 minutes a day!
Bring your passport log each week to the library to have it stamped. When you have met the weekly goal, you can choose a free book and get a raffle ticket for great prizes.
Those who have successfully completed their logs throughout the summer, reading a total of 1120 minutes, will have more chances at the raffles and may win a free pass to Storyland.
See you at the library!

Amy has an action-packed summer planned with lots of fun and stories in store for you. Here’s a quick preview of some of the events.
Storytimes with guest storytellers will be every Tuesday at 10:30 am July 5 through August 23.
On Monday, July 4, come be on the library float. Meet at 10:30 am at the Remick Museum.
On Tuesday, July 5, Tie Dye for grades 3 to 6, with Grace Harte, 4 to 5 pm. Sign-up required.
On Tuesday, July 26, come see live native snakes with Josh Wiggins,; a children’s program (for children ages 4 to 12), and lots more!
Join us for children’s summer reading program activities. See the Events Calendar for details, or print out
this schedule of events, or this bookmark to put up on your refrigerator.

One World Many Stories