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Kids' Events Highlights 


Children's Summer Reading Program -- Every Hero Has a Story!


Readers ages 12 and under will explore all things super this summer as Lincoln Public Library presents “Every Hero Has a Story!” during our summer reading program. Readers can sign up to join us for various activities including tie-dye, cookie decorating, Lego days, bingo, crafts, a stage show, super movies, other performers, and much more!
Join us as we jump into reading this summer with all sorts of exploration and fun! Registration begins is going on now in the Children’s Room. The Summer Reading Program ends Friday, August 14th.  All reporting forms must be  handed in by that day.Every Hero Has a Story

Joining the summer reading program not only provides access to our activities but also gives the opportunity to earn prizes and free books through reading. Registration and all programs are free of charge.

Superhero balancing books
To register, children (accompanied by a parent or guardian) can visit the Library and sign a contract promising to read (or be read to) a certain number of books over the six-week summer reading program. each child who completes their BINGO card will become eligible for our Grand Prize to be awarded after August 7th.

The Summer Reading Program (SRP) is a cooperative effort among the public libraries in Rhode Island to promote reading during the summer vacation. It is sponsored by the Rhode Island Office of Library and Information Services, the Institute of Museum and Library Services, the Pawtucket Red Sox, Pepsi, and the Friends of the Lincoln Public Library.
For more information, stop by the Children’s Room or call us at 333-2422,  ext. 15.




Summer Reading 2015 Events & Performers

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Unless otherwise noted, registration opens 2 weeks before each event. Please call the Children's Room at 333-2422, ext. 15 to reserve a spot.


Book Club

The children’s book discussion group is for grades 4 to 6 (Ages 8-12). Join us for book discussion, snacks and activities. Book Club will meet once monthly on the third Monday night. Register and pick up a copy of the book at the Children's Room desk.

Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library

We're meeting on July 20th to discuss Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library by Chris Grabenstein.

In this cross between "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" and "A Night in the Museum, " Agatha Award winner Chris Grabenstein uses rib-tickling humor to create the perfect tale for his quirky characters. Old fans and new readers will become enthralled with the crafty twists and turns of this ultimate library experience.




Lego Club  - 2 Saturdays a month

Drop in between 2:00 and 4:00 PM  to join us for free building or try a new challenge each time!
Our next meeting is on June 27.
(Ages 4+)






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The Lincoln Public Library subscribes to the TumbleBookLibrary, an online collection of animated, talking picture books. Check them out!


Caldecott and Newberry Winners 2014





Read the reviews of the winners, as well as this year's nominees. You're sure to find something that will spark your interest and fire up your imagination.








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