Summer Reading Fun this week at PPL

We have lots to do at the library as part of summer reading. This week (6/2—6/25) you can be a birdwatcher! Twelve native birds are hiding in the library with a secret message. Find all 12, solve the message, and you can select a small prize from our treasure chest.

Each week during summer reading we will announce an at-home nature scavenger hunt on the Princeton Public Library Facebook page. Find all three objects and bring proof of one to the library on Friday for a small prize. Here are this week’s clues.

We also have a weekly Makerspace Table. Through 7/2, we have materials to make a nature journal, and we are also creating greenery to decorate our Summer Reading wall.

To learn how to register for our reading log app Reader Zone, and for the full schedule of “Read Beyond the Beaten Path” summer reading activities, go to the Kids Zone page.

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