Tuesday, June 30, 2015

WW: Library {Linky}

The boys both read their 10 hours for their summer reading program at the library. 

They got bags, loads of coupons, and each got to pick out a book. One child picked out a book on slavery, while the other picked out a book on Martin Luther King Jr. They didn't even pick them out at the same time.

Mica (the older one) is more the reader out of the two. When Isaak hit his 10 hours, he said, "Well I guess I don't have to read any more all summer." Think again kid.


Mica would only smile goofy smiles. This is the best photo I could get of him.


As we were walking out there was a science guy in the parking lot showing kids how to make gigantic bubbles.




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17 comments:

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

We do a couple of reading programs too. We have not finished any yet. Well, we could be done w/ B+N but haven't filled out their paperwork yet.

Ai Sakura said...

Think they would have lots of interesting discussions with those 2 books! :)

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Joyce Lansky said...

I'm currently reading an ARC of Code of Honor. It's children's writer, Alan Gratz's new book that is due to hit the shelves on August 25th. I'm loving this book. It might be a good one for your oldest.

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Theresa Mahoney said...

That's cool that they picked out non fictional books as their prizes. Allison usually looks for one with a furry animal on the cover, no matter if it sounds good or not lol

Dominique Goh said...

WHao..that's certainly a large bubble which he is creating.

stevebethere said...

LOL @ Isaak's comment bless him heheh!

I bet they enjoyed making the giant bubbles

Have a bubbletastic week & thanks for waffling by :-)

Rhonda Albom said...

Cool. Our local library has summer reading too, but the kids get invited to special show at the end, not a book. Love the bubble too.

Masshole Mommy said...

COngrats to the boys. 10 Hours is easy when you love to read.

Masshole Mommy said...

COngrats to the boys. 10 Hours is easy when you love to read.

Patrick weseman said...

Congrats to them. We did all the reading programs when my kids were younger. They are fun.

indah nuria Savitri said...

My Bo has summer school so he surely will have reading lists...looks like they got great books to read..

Madilyn Quinn said...

Wow, look at that bubble!
Our library has a reading program, too, but we haven't been able to get up there so far. My kiddo reads at home, too, but I'd like to get her in on something like that.

~ Noelle said...

We haven't been to the library lately... really shoud, but just don't think about it

Charlie said...

That bubble is huge! I think that is really cool that they picked out non-fiction books. GG loves books about space and the human body. I hope her library has something like those to offer for their reading rewards.

Leovi - La Fotografía Efectista Abstracta said...

How beautiful portraits. I love books!

Maryann D. said...

I love the library summer reading programs. My kids were always involved in that also. They enjoyed it.
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Terra Heck said...

Wow, that's a big bubble! Yay to your boys for being a part of the reading program. Me and my 16 yoa son are signed up through our library. We have to read 5 books, then get coupons and other stuff.

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