Summer is right around the corner, and it’s time for parents to start thinking about programs they can have their kids participate in when school is out.
Starting Monday, June 4, the Roseville Public Library will begin its annual Summer Reading Program. This free program, sponsored by Friends of the Roseville Public Library, aims to bring parents and children in the community together to read up to 100,000 books! The Friends of the Roseville Public Library is a non-profit community organization that funds reading programs for children, teens and adults.
Reading can help parents and children in a lot of different ways. It can be a great source of entertainment and a stress reliever. It can also help build kids’ imagination and form creative ideas that expand their thoughts. Kids who read often gain a sense of confidence that helps develop their identity. If your kids have not discovered the joys of reading, this summer is a great time to explore books and all the adventure and fun that comes with amazing stories and revelations.
Plus, reading is a great way for parents and children to bond and have fun together. Some studies have shown that parents who read with their kids enjoy the benefits of improvement in emotional and behavioral health. For both parents and children, reading is a great way to relax and lessen day-to-day stress or anxiety.
The Roseville Public Library’s annual Summer Reading Program might be just the thing you need to improve your lifestyle and create great memories that will last a lifetime.
Plus, be on the look out for these other FREE summer programs hosted by the city of Roseville:
- Stuffed Animal Sleepover
- The Bubble Lady
- Magic Nathaniel
- Puppet Art Theater Co.
- The Science Wizard
- Science Tellers Present: Wild West
- Hawks, Honkers & Hoots
- Teen Trivia Night
Placer County is a great place to raise a family because of programs like these. In fact, the county was just ranked the best county in California in terms of quality of life.