AUBURN — The Auburn Public Library is inviting teens to take part in its 2010 teen summer reading program. Those who sign up will receive prizes for keeping track of whatever they want to read over the summer months, including books, manga, comics, magazines or newspapers. Participants can even get credit for reading to a child.

Prizes include coupons for pizza and ice cream, books, sketchbooks and journals. The grand prize for the program, which will be drawn at the end of the summer, is an iPod Touch Third Generation. Participants are entered for the drawing multiple times based upon how much they read and how many summer activities they attend.

Library activities for teens this summer include monthly meetings of the Teen Anime Club, a July teen open mic night, a series of July movie screenings co-sponsored by the Sexual Assault Crisis Center and a monthly video gaming hour. There will also be a two special, Saturday morning craft workshops, one to make a recycled magazine necklace and the other to make bottle cap jewelry. Registration is required for the crafts. Full listings of summer activities may be found on the library’s events calendar at www.auburnpubliclibrary.org.

For more information about the reading program, see the program flyer on the library website or contact Sally Holt at 333-6640, ext. 4 or [email protected]


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