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Summer Reading 2014 Hours

Monday-Thursday 9am-9pm Friday-Saturday 9am-5pm Sunday CLOSED (Memorial Day through Labor Day)

Closings

Friday, July 4 Monday, September 1

Board

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Barbara Wonser President

Chantelle Porter Vice President

James Kranjc Treasurer

Barbara Grabowski Secretary

Carl Cho Christine Fenne James Harding Robert McDonough Jeri Ramp

liBrary direCTor Betsy Adamowski

newsleTTer ediTor Eileen Crowley

wHeaTon PuBliC liBrary 225 N. Cross St. Wheaton, IL 60187 630-668-1374 wheatonlibrary.org

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Summer reading isn’t just for the kids! Take part in our Adult Summer Reading Program and maybe you’ll even win a prize! Keep track of the books you have read through our online Summer Reading site. Two names will be drawn every Thursday for weekly prizes, starting June 12. Read 5-8 books to qualify for a final drawing for one of two $50 gift cards for restaurants and shops in downtown Wheaton. Reading 9 books also qualifies you for the grand prize drawing for a $75 gift card for Barnes & Noble. Register online beginning June 7 from wheatonlibrary.org/summer. If you need help with registration, please stop by the Reference Desk on the main floor of the library.

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grades 6-12

Those in grades 6-12 can register for our Teen Summer Reading Program online beginning June 7 by going to wheatonlibrary.org/ summer. Keep track of your reading hours online and earn prizes for 20, 40, and 60 hours of reading time. Read at least 20 hours to become eligible to win one of four Buddy Passes (good for entry and climbing gear for two) from Vertical Endeavors, Warrenville; 40 hours to become eligible to win a JAMBOX Black Diamond Speaker, and 60 hours to become eligible to win a set of Beats Solo HD Headphones in the color of your choice. See page 5 for more information.

PAWS to Kids Read

Starting June 7, booklets for recording accumulated reading time are available at the Children’s Desk. Children birth through age 4 receive prizes for 3, 6, and 9 hours of reading time. Children ages 5-11 are awarded prizes for 5, 10, and 15 hours of reading time. All children who complete the program earn a Golden Ticket for a book of their choice at our Scholastic Book Fair, August 7-9.

Summer Reading Kick-off Day

saturday, June 7 from 10am-4pm Make Silly Putty, hop on the StoryBus, learn to spin a plate, watch Circus Boy, and have your photo taken for your very own READ poster! See page 3 for the full schedule.


WPL ADULT PROGRAMS

No registration or tickets required for Summer Adult Programs, Movies, and Concerts (unless otherwise noted). Just show up! Registration is required for all Computer Classes. See page 4 for details.

World Wars i and ii anniversary lecture Series

hearing loss Seminar

Monday, June 9 at 2pm The Hearing Lab of Wheaton presents a seminar discussing the anatomy of the ear, hearing loss, and hearing health. Learn how/why hearing loss happens gradually, how to prevent it, and what the symptoms are.

the Surrealist World of René Magritte

Tuesday, July 8 at 7pm The paintings of Belgian Surrealist René Magritte have fascinated viewers since before WWII; many finding his works as intellectually challenging as they are visually appealing. In this slide lecture, art historian Jeff Mishur will discuss Magritte's relationship to the Surrealist movement and will place his paintings in historic context.

Save the Date! Friends of WPL Book Sale

september 24-28 Donations of books, audiobooks, music CDs, cassettes, records, LPs, Blu-rays, DVDs, VHS tapes, and framed/unframed art may be dropped off at the Checkout Desk beginning June 1. We will not accept textbooks older than five years, magazines, or encyclopedias. Please bring donations in a bag or box. Thanks!

author Visit and Signing Joanne Zienty wednesday, June 18 at 7pm

Join us to hear Joanne Zienty, Wheaton resident, and winner of the first Soon to be Famous Illinois Author Project, discuss The Things We Save. She will answer audience questions and sign copies of this winning book as well. Copies of The Things We Save will be available for purchase during the event. For more information about Joanne, visit joannezienty.com. For more information about the Soon to be Famous Illinois Author Project, visit soontobefamous.info.

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WWi: assassination at Sarajevo

Thursday, June 12 at 7pm June marks the 100th anniversary of the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand. Join veteran and retired history teacher Don Sender as he presents a review of the tragic family of Emperor Franz Joseph, the assassination, the aftermath, and how it all changed the history of Europe.

WWii: the Men of omaha beach

Monday, June 16 at 7pm June marks the 70th anniversary of the D-Day invasion of Normandy. Author Robert Mueller paints the picture of Omaha Beach on June 6, 1944 and provides insight into how the Normandy invasion took place.

WWi: american involvement

Monday, July 14 at 7pm Join veteran and military expert Don Sender as he continues his WWI lecture series with American Involvement. This multimedia presentation will include songs of the period as well as artifacts for viewing.

WWi: airpower

wednesday, august 13 at 7pm Don Sender will give a lecture on the great air battles of the Western Front. He will discuss Richthofen’s Flying Circus, the Zeppelin raids on England, and the technological advances that resulted.

Women heroes of WWi

wednesday, august 27 at 7pm Kathryn Atwood, author of Women Heroes of World War I: 16 Remarkable Resisters, Soldiers, Spies, and Medics, discusses women’s roles in WWI featured in her book. Copies of her book will be available for purchase and signing. Photos from the National Archives and Records Administration

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BOOKS, MOVIES, MUSIC

Summer Sampler concerts

The Summer Sampler concerts are provided by the Friends of Wheaton Public Library. Concerts are held outdoors on the West Plaza, weather permitting. Limited seating provided; feel free to bring blankets or chairs.

the cavern beat - beatles tribute

Tuesday, June 24 at 7pm This Beatles tribute band is often compared to the jukebox for sounding so much like the real thing! Performing the music with vintage guitars, amps, and in authentic Beatles suits and moptops, you’ll be amazed by this tribute to one of the greatest musical forces of all time.

tropixplosion

Tuesday, July 22 at 7pm A Caribbean show band featuring steel drums, incredible percussion, great vocals, Blue Manstyle performances, and high-energy fun. They not only play tropical favorites, but reggae classics and pop songs in an island style.

Fast eddie and the corvettes

Tuesday, august 12 at 7pm It’s back to the days of sock hops, hot rods, and golden oldies. Enjoy the sounds of the ‘50s, ‘60s, and ‘70s including doo-wop vocals, rock & roll, and impressions of your favorite artists. Be there, or be square!

Summer Reading Kick-off Day Saturday, June 7 a day of fun for the whole family!

10am-4pm Parking lot

10am-12pm Teenspace

11am-12pm lower level

12pm-2pm

StoryBus Climb aboard with your favorite grown-up for an early literacy experience. see page 6. Help us Choose an Animal! Vote for which animal we should adopt from Cosley Zoo! details on page 5.

Circus Boy Comedy, juggling, and riding the world’s smallest bicycle Creation Stations

large Meeting room Kids can make silly Putty and more!

12-1:30pm roaming

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Main floor

2-4pm

lower level

Circus Boy Plate spinning

Music and Influence of Pete Seeger steve Justman, folksinger/guitar READ Poster Photo Booth Pose for your very own read poster!

Movie Matinees

Co-sponsored by the Wheaton Park District Leisure Center. Free popcorn included! No tickets needed for June and July movies.

Enough Said

Tuesday, June 17 at 1pm A divorced woman who decides to pursue the man she’s interested in learns he’s her new friend’s exhusband. Starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus, James Gandolfini, Catherine Keener. Rated PG-13, 93 minutes.

The Way Way Back

Tuesday, July 15 at 1pm Shy 14-year-old Duncan goes on summer vacation with his mother, her overbearing boyfriend, and her boyfriend’s daughter. Having a rough time fitting in, Duncan finds an unexpected friend in Owen, manager of the Water Wizz water park. Starring Steve Carell, Toni Collette, and Allison Janney. Rated PG-13, 103 minutes.

Frozen

Tuesday, august 19 at 1pm (Tickets required) Fearless optimist Anna teams up with Kristoff in an epic animated journey, encountering Everest-like conditions, and a hilarious snowman named Olaf to find Anna’s sister. Starring Kristen Bell, Josh Gad, Idina Menzel. Rated PG, 102 minutes. Since we predict this movie will be particularly popular, please pick up free required tickets at the Checkout Desk beginning Monday, June 2.

book Discussions contemporary books Discussion

Thursday, June 5 at 7pm; Tuesday, June 10 at 10am; and wednesday, June 11 at 10am Flora, gail godwin To register and to pick up a copy of the book, please stop by or call the Reference Desk at 630868-7520.

Great books Discussion

wednesday, June 11 at 7:30pm Confessions of a Fallen Standard-Bearer, andreï Makine This short novel masterfully evokes the by-gone worlds of both Soviet-era Russia and childhood’s innocence. For more information about Great Books, please contact Beverly at 630-868-7573.

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COMPUTER CLASSES

A valid library barcode number is required to register for a Computer Class (card not required for iPad/iPhone Q & A). If you do not have a Wheaton Public Library card, register the library card from your home library at the Checkout Desk prior to registering for a Computer Class and you may use that barcode to register for classes. Registration for all summer classes begins Monday, June 2 at 9am. Register online from wheatonlibrary.org/calendar or call 630-868-7510.

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MiCrosofT word 2010

saturday, June 7 from 10am-12pm Tuesday, July 1 from 7-9pm saturday, august 2 from 10am-12pm Learn basic navigation skills to effectively use Word 2010. Cutting and pasting, saving, printing, and creating and editing a basic document are covered. This class is perfect for those who are new to word processing. Typing and basic keyboarding skills required.

inTerMediaTe MiCrosofT word 2010

saturday, June 14 from 10am-12pm Tuesday, July 8 from 7-9pm saturday, august 9 from 10am-12pm Add and edit pictures, tables, WordArt, columns, bullet points, and much more. This class is recommended for those who would like more than a basic understanding of Word. Typing and basic keyboarding skills and experience using Microsoft word required.

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MiCrosofT exCel 2010

saturday, June 21 from 10am-12pm Tuesday, July 15 from 7-9pm saturday, august 23 from 10am-12pm Learn the basics of this incredibly versatile spreadsheet program. Creating charts, sorting, simple formulas, and basic formatting are covered. Typing and basic keyboarding skills required.

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MiCrosofT PowerPoinT 2010

saturday, June 28 from 10am-12pm Tuesday, July 29 from 7-9pm saturday, august 30 from 10am-12pm Need to create a wedding or family slideshow? A speech or presentation for school or church? Powerpoint can help and we can help you learn Powerpoint! Learn to use slide layouts, transitions, animations, and photos in this amazing program. Typing and basic keyboarding skills required.

Mail Merge

Tuesday, July 22 from 7-8:30pm Take an Excel address list and turn it into labels, letters, and more. Typing and basic keyboarding skills and experience

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Tuesday, July 22 from 10-11am Learn all about Pinterest, a pinboard-style photo sharing website that allows users to create theme-based image collections for interests and hobbies. email address and basic knowledge of using the internet required.

faCeBooK Q & a session

wednesday, July 16 from 10am-12pm Not sure how to upload a profile picture? Concerned about privacy on Facebook? Ask all your questions! facebook account and basic knowledge of using the internet required.

iPad/iPHone

Q & a session

wednesday, august 20 from 7-9pm Held in the Lower Level Large Meeting Room. Join us for a general overview of using an iPad or iPhone to download apps, check email, and more. Bring all your questions! iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch required.

Blogging 101

wednesday, June 11 from 10-11am Have you always wanted to start your own blog or website, but didn’t know where to begin? Learn what a blog is and how to start one for free using WordPress. email address and password and basic knowledge of using the internet required.

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wednesday, June 25 from 7-8pm Discover how to make the most of Google and Gmail accounts with Calendar, Maps and Directions, Drive and more. gmail account required.

linKedin oVerView

Thursday, august 14 from 7-8pm Are you looking for a job or interested in networking using social media? Then join us for this general overview of LinkedIn. You will learn how to create an account and how to use it for networking. email address and basic knowledge of using the internet required.

WPL is participating in the eRead Illinois program, which is designed to increase access to ebooks across the state. eRead Illinois uses Axis 360, a digital media library. eRead Illinois has a wonderful selection of Children’s and Young Adult books, in addition to Adult Fiction and Nonfiction.

5 easy steps to Borrow axis 360 ebooks:

1. Go to wheatonlibrary.org/download and click on the Axis 360 icon on your computer/tablet/ smartphone.

2. Click on App Zone at the top to download and register the ebook app for your device

3. Browse the Magic Wall or search for a book and click Checkout. If the title is checked out, click Place Hold.

4. Enter your WPL barcode number (back of your library card) and PIN.

5. Open the reader app you downloaded and enjoy your book!

Confused? Make an appointment with a Reference Librarian (see below) or email ereads@wheatonlibrary.org.

eBooK HelP sessions

Get personal instruction on how to download library ebooks, audiobooks, magazines, and music. Bring your Kindle/Nook/Ereader, smartphone, tablet/iPad, or iPod/MP3 player. To make an appointment, stop by the reference desk or call 630-868-7520 and tell us what device you have and we’ll schedule you for a hands-on session.


middle school and high school

teenspace

(o) Registration is required for all Teen Programs. Register online from wheatonlibrary.org/calendar or call 630-868-7520 beginning June 2 at 9am.

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college admissions Workshops College essays: sTand ouT and geT

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wednesday, July 9 from 7-8pm (o) Grades 9-12 (parents welcome) Learn the ins and outs of a stellar college admissions essay, from choosing a prompt and finding a topic to writing and revising.

THinK liKe a College adMissions offiCer

wednesday, July 16 from 7-8pm (o) Grades 9-12 (parents welcome) In the competitive world of admissions, the students who are most likely to earn acceptance at their dream schools are those who know what college admissions officers are really looking for in an applicant. Learn to view your application from the point of view of an admissions officer so that you can be the strongest applicant possible.

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saT: How do THey affeCT

wednesday, July 23 from 7-8pm (o) Grades 9-12 (parents welcome) Learn the skills the new SAT will test, gain knowledge of how the changes directly affect students, understand the new scoring and testtaking policies, and learn how to best prepare for the test.

Practice exams

PsaT - wednesday, June 18 from 1-3:30pm (o) aCT - Tuesday, July 22 and wednesday, august 13 from 10am-1:30pm (o) Grades 9-12 Kaplan provides a proctored practice test and contacts students individually with scores and analyzed results.

aCT - wednesday, June 25 from 1-4:30pm (o) giveback seminar - Monday, July 7 from 78pm Grades 9-12 C2 Education provides a proctored practice exam. Students receive analyzed results at the Giveback Seminar. When registering for the June 25 ACT, you are automatically registered for the July 7 Giveback Seminar.

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book Discussion THE GIVER, lowry

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Monday, July 28 from 1-2pm (o) Grades 5-8 Let’s talk about this amazing young adult story in preparation for the upcoming movie. In honor of Jonas’ snowy experiences, we’ll enjoy hot chocolate with all the trimmings while we discuss this Lois Lowry classic.

Movie Matinees

Grades 6-12 This summer, join us as we watch the movie adaptations of some of our most popular YA novels. Plus, free popcorn! Please note all movies are rated PG13.

THE HunGER GAMES: CATCHInG FIRE

wednesday, June 11 from 2-4pm (o)

THE MoRTAl InSTRuMEnTS: CITY oF BonES wednesday, July 2 from 2-4pm (o)

To Be deTerMined... (HoPefully, DIVERGEnT!)

wednesday, august 6 from 2-4pm (o)

Thank you to our Teen SRP sponsors: Enchanted Castle, Vertical Endeavors, Graham’s Fine Chocolates and Ice Cream, Yogli Mogli, DuPage County Fair, KFC (Danada Sq.), Red Mango, Dunkin Donuts (Roosevelt Rd.)

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MaKe your own dog TreaTs

wednesday, July 23 from 2-3pm (o) Grades 6-12 Spend a hot summer afternoon making some quick and easy dog treats from scratch. Take one batch home for the family pooch or another doggy friend and we will donate one batch to a local animal shelter.

HelP us CHoose an aniMal!

saturday, June 7 from 10am-12pm All ages WPL’s Young Adult Services Department is going to adopt an animal (make a donation toward the cost of feeding and caring for the animal) from Cosley Zoo this summer! Help us decide which animal to choose by putting your spare change in the jar for your favorite animal. The animal with the most money in its jar wins! All change collected will be used toward the adoption donation. For more information about adopting a Cosley Zoo animal, visit cosleyzoo.org.

dCaCC PeT suPPly driVe

July 21-august 8 All ages For three weeks, we will collect items to be donated to the DuPage County Animal Care and Control’s Shelter. The shelter only needs certain items, so a list will be posted in the library and on wheatonlibrary.org/teens a week before we’ll take donations. Items include: canned cat and dog food, thick blankets, small animal baby bottles, and many more. Please check the wish list posted before bringing an item. Items will be collected on the library’s main floor and in the Children’s Department.

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CHILDREN ’S PROGRAMS

(T) Pick up free required tickets at the Children’s Desk beginning 3 weeks in advance (n) No registration required (o) Register online from wheatonlibrary.org/calendar or call 630-868-7540 beginning June 2 at 9am

Storybus: america’s children’s Museum on Wheels

saturday, June 7 from 10am-4pm (n) Ages 3-6 with adult Climb aboard with your favorite grown-up and meet The Gingerbread Man, Goldilocks and the Three Bears, The Three Little Pigs, and The Little Red Hen. Play along as you help the characters in the story! 20-25 people may enter the bus at a time for a 30-minute early literacy experience.

Dave Rudolf presents it’s a Jungle out there!

wednesday, June 11 from 7-8pm (T) All ages This Grammy-nominated family entertainer presents an interactive program about animals, jungles, and dinosaurs! Held outdoors on the West Plaza.

Movie Matinees

Grades K and up (Movies are rated PG) national Treasure - friday, June 13 from 1-3:15pm (T) lego Movie - friday, July 11 from 12:40pm (T) The Pirate Fairy - friday, august 1 from 1-2:20pm (T)

Wheaton Junior Garden club

orientation: saturday, June 14 from 121:30pm Grades 3-6 WANTED! 10 dedicated gardeners to plant and maintain a Monarch Waystation/ Butterfly Garden throughout the summer. Learn from a Master Gardener what it takes to create a certified Monarch Waystation and why these habitats are needed to sustain the monarch population. Pick up application forms at the Children’s Desk starting Monday, June 2.

christine thornton presents let’s Draw cats and Dogs

Monday, June 16 from 1-2pm (o) Grades K-2 Inspired by Clare Walter’s books for young readers, Cat and Dog, students learn to draw these adorable characters. Finished pieces are made using oil pastels and collage techniques.

christine thornton presents how to Draw horses

Monday, June 16 from 3-4:30pm (o) Grades 3-6 Learn to draw the basic proportions of a horse, as well as some of the traits that make each horse unique.

truly Remarkable loon

Thursday, June 19 from 1-1:45pm and 33:45pm (T) Grades K and up Read books and juggle everything else! Truly Remarkable Loon, seen at fairs and fests across the country, juggles giant bean bag chairs and spins plates with plenty of help from the audience.

Dress for a Mess art Series

Be sure to dress accordingly for these messy activities!

decoupage - Monday, June 23 from 12pm (o) Grades K-2 decoupage - Thursday, June 26 from 12pm (o) Grades 3-5 Master the timeless art of decorating objects with colored paper!

Painting on Canvas - wednesday, June 25 from 1-2pm (o) Grades K-2 Painting on Canvas - friday, June 27 from 1-2pm (o) Grades 3-5 Learn to paint on stretched canvas and make a one-of-a-kind work of art!

Monarch Magic

Tuesday, June 24 from 1-2pm (T) Grades K and up Discover the magic of the monarch butterfly, its lifecycle, and unbelievable migration to Mexico. Learn what makes this butterfly so special, what obstacles it faces, and how everyone can be part of the solution to help this amazing insect! Provided by the U of I Extension.

cooking clubs

Grades 3-6 Cooking enthusiasts, rejoice! Spend your day at the library whipping up healthy, tasty creations that you can try at home too! Held “behind the scenes” on the third floor of the library. Please meet at the Children’s Desk. Tea Party - Monday, June 30 from 11:45pm (o) summer foods - Tuesday, July 8 from 33:45pm (o) game day snacks - Tuesday, august 12 from 1-1:45pm (o)

Duplo club

Tuesday, July 1 from 11-11:45am (o) Ages 3-5 (with adult) Meaningful play with children develops essential early literacy skills. Interact with your child as they play, learn, and explore while using their imaginations and dexterity to build simple creations.

lego club

Tuesday, July 1 and friday, July 25 from 1-2pm (o) Grades 1-5 (parents welcome) Join us for an afternoon of Lego fun. We’ll supply the bricks, you supply the creativity!

the troll booth performed by coD theater Department

wednesday, July 9 from 6:30-7:15pm (T) All ages The Troll Booth is where the Three Billy Goats Gruff collide with Goldie, the Three Bears, and the Three Little Pigs. Finding what fits all three and what it means to grow up is what pays the toll and the mighty troll. Actors encourage the whole family to participate. Held outdoors on the West Plaza.


binGo!

Thursday, July 10 from 6:307:15pm (T) All ages/Families (children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult) On a hot summer night, visit the library to beat the heat for a rollicking game of BINGO and win fun prizes!

chess camp

Monday, July 14; wednesday, July 16; friday, July 18; and saturday, July 19 from 1-2pm (o) Grades 2-8 WPL welcomes Jim Egerton, USCF Postal Master Expert/Player and owner of Chess-Now, who explains strategy and tactics of this ancient game. Registrants are expected to attend all four sessions. a basic knowledge of chess and how pieces can be moved is required.

owls: Whoo are they?

wednesday, July 16 from 78pm (T) Grades 1 and up Join award-winning naturalist Mark Spreyer as he reveals the truth about many of our North American owls and other raptors. Five special feathered guests will illustrate just who’s who!

PaleoJoe

Thursday, July 17 from 12pm and 3-4pm (T) Grades K and up For over 30 years, Joseph “PaleoJoe” has been a steward of the past. He brings dinosaurs to life with a T-Rex tooth, a Velociraptor skull, dinosaur puppets, and a variety

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of amazing fossils.

elephant and Piggie Day

wednesday, July 23 from 12pm (o) Grades K-3 (parents welcome) Fans of the popular series will enjoy stories, crafts, games, and more.

Fairy Gardens

Tuesday, July 29 from 1011:30am and 1-2:30pm (o) Ages 8-13 Step into the magical world of Fairy Gardening! U of I Master Gardener Jan Hanson will lead participants in this hands-on program where gnomes, fairies, elves, and other wee folk can frolic. Each person attending the program will go home with their own fairy garden creation!

Kids’ craft Sale

wednesday, July 30 from 122pm Grades 1-8 Here’s your chance to be creative and make money! Learn about sales, customer service, and marketing techniques. All crafts must be made by kids and priced $5 or less. No food items please. Pick up an application at the Children’s Desk starting Monday, June 2. WPL card required. Completed application and a sample craft are due by Friday, July 11.

Super-hero training Program

Thursday, July 31 from 11am-12pm (o) Ages 3-9 (parents welcome) Attention all super-heroes! Make your own cape, leap over tall buildings, and run an obstacle course.

Family Storytime

Mondays, June 2, July 7, and august 4 from 7-7:30pm (n) All ages/Families Read books, sing songs, and discover new ways to play. Fun for the whole family!

nature-telling

Tuesdays, June 10, July 8, and august 12 from 11-11:30am (o) Ages 2-5 with adult Join a naturalist from Lincoln Marsh to listen to a nature-themed story and participate in a related craft or activity. Registration begins one month in advance of each session.

Reader’s theater

wednesdays, June 11, July 9, and august 6 from 1-1:45pm (o) Grades 3-6 Practice Reader’s Theater as an efficient and effective way to present literature in dramatic form!

not your little Sister/brother’s Storytime

Mondays, June 16, July 7, and august 11 from 10-10:45am (o) Ages 9-11 Think picture books are just for little kids? Think again! Join us for some humorous, scary, and touching stories.

book Discussions

Grades 4-6 Titles are new additions to the 2015 Battle of the Books list! Breaking Stalin’s nose, eugene yelchin - wednesday, June 18 from 1-1:45pm (o) The Phantom Tollbooth, norton Juster - Monday, July 21 from 1-1:45pm (o) The Sixty-Eight Rooms, Marianne Malone - Monday, august 18 from 1-1:45pm (o)

non-fiction book talk

Monday, July 14 from 11-11:45am (o) Grades 3-6 Experience the best in new non-fiction!

Summer Storytimes and Reading with Rover

registration for summer storytimes (6 months-8 years) and reading with rover (grades 2-5) begins wednesday, June 4 at 9am. register in person, online from wheatonlibrary.org/calendar, or by calling 630-868-7545. Parent/guardian must have a valid wPl card to register a child. Those without a wPl card may register starting June 16. Voicemail and email registrations are not accepted. 7

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