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CSLP-Collaborative Summer Library Program

The 2015 general theme is reading and language skills.

Children:  Every Hero Has a Story! (Preparing children for success by developing early language skills.)

Teen:  Unmask! (Motivating teens to read and discuss literature.)

Adult:  Escape the Ordinary (Encouraging adults to experience the joy of reading.)

 

  • CSLP
    Information about the programs for kids, teens, and adults.
  • CSLP on Facebook
  • New partnership: Bedtime Math
    Beginning with the 2014 summer reading program, CSLP is working with Bedtime Math's Summer of Numbers, a companion to the Fizz, Boom, Read summer reading program. In addition to the daily math riddles at www.bedtimemath.org there is a free app that families can download for a fun math question every day.

One Book Wyoming

One Book Wyoming and CSLP 2015 theme...a perfect match!  Every Hero has a story!  and the Cat Urbigkit books, The Guardian Team:On the Job with Rena and Roo and Brave Dogs, Gentle Dogs: How They Guard Sheep. Another way to look at heroes.

The adult theme is , Escape the Ordinary.  Check out her adult nonfiction book, Shepherds of Coyote Rocks.

The Wyoming State Library is pleased to announce the second One Book Wyoming program featuring three books by Wyoming author, Cat Urbigkit. Urbigkit's books titled, "Brave Dogs, Gentle Dogs", "The Guardian Team" and "Shepherds of Coyote Rocks" will all be part of this year's One Book Wyoming selection.

      

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