Win prizes with the Coeur d’Alene Library’s all-ages summer reading program

COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho — There are plenty of fun activities planned at the Coeur d’Alene Public Library this summer.

The library is offering an all-ages reading program, beginning with the theme “Forest of Possibilities.” Punch cards and online book reports are available for teens and adults to fill out and submit for several end-of-summer prize drawings.

Kids ages 0-4 can play a bingo game, and children 5-12 can fill out reading logs that can also be turned into some big prizes all summer long. The grand prize for both children’s categories is a brand new bicycle.

The Historical Button Club of Northern Idaho, Eastern Washington, and Western Montana created a display of nature-themed buttons to complement the summer reading program theme. The library also made an I-Spy game around the display for children to play, discover the buttons and earn more prizes.

Lastly, North Idaho College biologist Richard Whittman has donated 100 arthropods to add to the entryway display in the library. It will be on public display starting this fall.

You can find more information on the Coeur d’Alene summer reading programs here.

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