Summer Reading Program 2022
Welcome to the Copper Queen Library’s Summer Reading Program, Oceans of Possibilities! We are so excited that you will be participating in this year’s program. There are plenty of things to look forward to this summer — including weekly packets of free and fun stuff to help you celebrate a summer full of reading, writing and sharing stories. Each week, you can pick up a reading packet from the Copper Queen Library or CQ Library Annex which will include a free book for you to add to your home library, as well as a program activity guide full of fun ideas that you can do at home or with friends. The Copper Queen Library is also planning some free outdoor programs for you and your family! Lastly, we have created a Summer Reading Blog at copperqueenlibrary.com so that you can share your projects with all of the other participants. If you are unable to upload your projects to the blog, drop them by the library so that staff can upload them for you.
Dial-A-Story is a free service that allows patrons to call the Copper Queen Library to hear a children’s story. New stories are added weekly and are available to listen to in both English and Spanish.
Call 520-346-6123 to hear a story today!
Schedule of Events
Week 1 : Welcome to the Summer Reading Program
Welcome to the Copper Queen Library's Summer Reading Program,Oceans of Possibilities.
Week 2 : Treasures!
This week is all about treasures. There are many stories of pirates burying their treasures at the bottom of the sea. And there are even more stories of people trying to find those treasures with a treasure map. But treasures aren't just found at the bottom of the ocean. They are all around us! Our friends and family are our treasures, as well as our teachers, fire fighters, nurses, doctors and librarians!
Week 3 : Our Blue Planet
Earth is sometimes described as Our Blue Planets, and that's because Earth is the only planet in our galaxy (that we know of!) to have a surface made up of 71% water. This week we will look at ways to help take care of water sources and help protect the ocean from pollution.