Summer reading is fun

Here's the colorful artwork for this year's Summer Reading Adventure at Sno-Isle Regional libraries
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Summer reading programs have started at Sno-Isle Regional Library branches on Whidbey Island. But it’s not too late to start your own reading adventure for the summer. Each library branch offers plenty of fun programs during the summer. From preschool storytimes to family functions, you can find something to meet the tastes of every family member. The reading adventure is open to anyone, even children who are being read to by others can participate. A special adult and teens program makes summer reading fun for every family member. Stop in at libraries in Oak Harbor, Coupeville, Freeland, Clinton and Langley to pick up information, book marks, book suggestions and a schedule of storytimes and other library programs throughout the summer. So check out the fun at your local library. Don’t know where to start? Ask any librarian/You’ll also find information at

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