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Why should kids have all the fun?

Adult Summer Library Program rewards adult readers

1:33 PM, May 10, 2013
Attired in Dr. Seuss gear for Read Across America, T.B. Scott Library shelver Jo Brannan helps assistant director Don Litzer choose contest winners. The library's Adult Summer Library Program reading contest begins on May 28.
Attired in Dr. Seuss gear for Read Across America, T.B. Scott Library shelver Jo Brannan helps assistant director Don Litzer choose contest winners. The library's Adult Summer Library Program reading contest begins on May 28.
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Summer is a great time to read. There's plenty of activities for students on summer break, but we don't leave the grownups out. On May 28, you can enter T.B. Scott Free Library's Adult Summer Library Program.

This year's theme is "Groundbreaking Reads." So, relax with that mystery novel, Zane Grey adventure, or gardening book on the porch or at the campfire.

Entering is easy. First, if you're at least age 18, you're eligible. Get entry forms at the library after Memorial Day. ...

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