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Summer reading begins Monday
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Explore the worlds of reading, music, dance, art, and more during the 2009 Summer Reading Program at all Live Oak Public Libraries branches June 1-Aug. 15.

This year’s theme is “Be Creative @ Your Library.” The program  is open to children and teens with incentives and prizes to encourage them to read all summer.

Library branches will host special guests to include Fiddlin’ Dan the Mountain Man, MusicAlive!, children’s book illustrator Michael White (“The Library Dragon”), and magical educator Chad Crews.

In addition, children’s librarians have created unique story/craft sessions and will present them as traveling programs to various branches. They include: “Reading, Writing and a Really Good Time,” “The Big Bad Shark,” “Why Did the Chicken Cross the Road?”  “Cool Colors and Hot Dots” and “Monsters and Aliens.”

Sign up at any Live Oak Public Libraries branch starting June 1. For more information, visit