FLORENCE, AZ – Arizona’s Centennial is the theme of the youth summer reading program that debuts in Dudleyville on Wednesday, June 6. Children will saddle up for a history lesson about the great state of Arizona. There will be stories about past and present famous Arizonans, and kids will ride the literary range discovering the state’s unique plant and animal life. Young people will learn about the state’s peaks, canyons and deserts while stoking a love of reading.
The 2010 Summer Reading Program is open to all Dudleyville young people ages 4 to 14. Each session includes story time, games, prize drawings and more.
Our State, Our Story: Celebrating 100 Years of Arizona
Every Wednesday in June – June 6, 13, 20 and 27
10 to 11:30 AM
Dudleyville Multigenerational Center
4004 North Dudleyville Road
Some of the books to be enjoyed during story time include:
Way Out in the Desert by T.J. Marsh and Jennifer Ward
Don't Call Me Pig! a Javelina Story by Conrad J. Storad
Lucky Luis by Gary Soto
For more information call the Pinal County Library District office at (520) 866-6457.
The youth summer reading program is free.