The Clark County Library will host its Summer Reading Program Tuesday, May 30 through Saturday, July 29.

The Clark County Library will host its Summer Reading Program Tuesday, May 30 through Saturday, July 29.
This program is open to ages birth through 12 years of age. Each week the participants are asked to read at least one book and to record it on a reading log provided by the library. If the child does not yet have the ability to read, then they will earn credit by being read to by an older child or by an adult.
In order to receive credit for a particular week, the child must visit the library to have their reading log submitted.  A small prize will be rewarded for each week that is completed and each week there will be a prize drawing from all participants who have submitted a reading log during that week.
A completed log must be turned in at the completion of the program.This log is due by August 5th.
A child who has not completed all of the individual 9 weeks, may still submit a reading log with at least 9 total books read. All children who submit a completed log, will receive a completion prize and be entered into a drawing for the End of Summer Grand Prize.
For more information, contact the Clark County Library at (870) 246-2271.