BUILD A BETTER WORLD! Kid’s Summer Reading Program at the Woburn Public Library
Woo hoo! Here comes summer! With sunny, warm vacation days comes the Children’s Room summer reading adventure, Build a Better World at the Woburn Public Library. The program targets students entering kindergarten through grade 6, and aims to keep kids’ reading levels constant throughout the summer, and meet their school-assigned summer reading assignment. To that end, the Children’s Room offers incentives in the form of museum and activity passes for each week that the students meet their goals. Library staff also help students find books that they can read independently, and that they will enjoy.
How it Works:
Prize Discount Passes:
Butterfly Place, Acton; Concord Museum, Concord; Einstein’s Workshop, Burlington; Gore Place, Waltham; Harvard Museum of Natural History, Cambridge; Ironwood Batting Cages, Woburn; Maritime Gloucester, Gloucester; Metropolitan Water Works, Brookline; MIT Museum, Cambridge; Orchard House, Concorn; Salem Witch Museum, Salem; Seven Seas Whale Watch, Gloucester; Spellman Museum of Stamps and Postal History, Weston; and Treetop Adventures, Canton.
End of Summer Reading Party!
August 17, 10AM – 11 AM. Readers! Join us for an end of summer reading party to celebrate all of the good work you did!
Summer Reading Program Calendar
The Build A Better World Summer Reading Program is sponsored by the Friends of the Woburn Public Library, the Woburn Public Library, the Massachusetts Library System, the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners, and the Boston Bruins.