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Lakehills Library Update: Summer reading is here!

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Summer Reading is here!

This year’s theme is Tails & Tales and each week we are focusing on either a fairy tale or animals. This week the kids are making a craft inspired by The Little Mermaid, with a coral craft for the preschoolers and shark or mermaid pencil cups for the older kids.

The third week of Summer Reading, the kids will be growing their own beanstalk, as inspired by Jack and the Beanstalk. You can register for summer reading at the library and get your child’s reading log.

When a child completes their log, they will be able to pick a prize from our prize box.

This is a great way to keep your child reading all summer long and have them prepared for school when it resumes in the fall.

We have a huge selection of books for children of all ages, so come check them out!

The display in the library art case has changed.

This month, local woodworker John Elliot will be displaying some of his handmade woodcrafts. Please come by to check out his art.

If you create something you would like to display or have a cool collection that you would like to share with the community, please contact Dianna at the library (830-510-2777 or lakehillslibrary@gmail.com) to set up a time for you to be our next guest artist.

Live book club has resumed!

Book club will meet the second Tuesday of each month at 1pm. In July, they will be discussing The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek by Kim Michele Richardson.

If you are interested, please come and join them to discuss this month’s book and choose the upcoming reads for discussion.

Dianna Landes Is the Director of Lakehills Library.