The Summer Reading Program at the Coffee County Lannom Memorial Library motivates young readers to continue learning during the summer months when the doors of schools are closed.

The theme of this year’s summer reading is “A Universe of Stories.”

Participants in the initiative earn stickers and prizes for reading books.

Abby Lowry, 17, is one of several volunteers managing the registration desk for the summer reading program. Abby said the participation and the enthusiasm of the young learners has been great this year.

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Kate and Norah Butler enjoy taking part in the program and learning about space. Kate, 4, and Norah, 7, have earned several stickers for reading books. Their mother, Crystal Butler, said they “love it.”

“They have lots of fun coming and checking out books and seeing how many they can read,” Butler said.

The summer reading program has a different theme each year. The initiative aims to motivate youngsters to delve into various subjects.

The summer reading program is a way to help children keep reading over the summer. With no school activities for a couple of months, the initiative aims to eliminate a gap in the education of children.

The reading program is a fun and free way to inspire children to learn.

For more information, visit the library’s Facebook page.

Elena Cawley may be reached via email at ecawley@tullahomanews.com.