Dudleyville area youth will want to “Dig Into Reading” this summer

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DUDLEYVILLE, AZ – “Dig into Reading” is the theme of the youth summer reading program that debuts in Dudleyville on Wednesday, June 5.   The three books featured during the story time are cleverly illustrated and designed to capture the attention of a variety of ages.

  The 2013 Summer Reading Program is open to all Dudleyville area young people from ages 4 through 14.  Each session includes story time, games, crafts, prize drawings and more.

Dig Into Reading

Every Wednesday in June – June 5, 12, 19, 26

10 to 11:30 AM

Dudleyville Multigenerational Center

4004 North Dudleyville Road

  Some of the books to be enjoyed during story time include:

• Tea Rex by Molly Idle – This book is about two children who host a tea party for a most unusual guest – a Tyrannosaurus Rex.  This illustrated children’s book is ideal for ages 3 and up.

• Dirt on My Shirt by Jeff Foxworthy – Comedian Jeff Foxworthy offers up a book of poems and clever illustrations targeted at ages 4 through 8.

• Under Ground by Denise Fleming – This book is all about animals that live underground in burrows or dens and includes an identification guide to help young people as they explore the natural world.

  For more information call the Pinal County Library District office at (520) 866-6457.

  The youth summer reading program is free of charge to participants.

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