Did you know that kids who don’t practice reading during the summer can lose up to three months of reading ability?
Georgia’s public libraries have a fun and educational Summer Reading Program in every county. Kids of every age can discover a love for reading and experience programs from puppet shows to robotics to gardening.
In many libraries, kids also can get a hot meal. This helps bridge the gap for the more than 60 percent of families who rely on free or reduced-price meals during the school year.
Prevent the summer learning slide, and help your child be ready for school in the fall, through your local library.