The 2013 Summer Reading Program
The Oklahoma Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped Summer Reading program is to encourage students with a visual impairment to read for pleasure over the summer. Our family kick-off party was held on June 1st here at the Library. A good time was had by all and here are the pictures to prove it!
Click here to see the pictures.
Just because the party is over doesn't mean you can't still sign up. Our program seeks to encourage visually impaired kids to read during summer vacation.
Reading earns them books, prizes, and medals. The more they read the more chances they have to win the grand prize drawing for an iPad.
For more information call Lacey Downs at 405-522-0982 or email her at
The OLBPH Summer Reading program is funded by Oklahomans for Special Library Services and by the Oklahoma Department of Libraries through a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
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