"Reading for fun, reading to learn, the programs the library offers, are from story time to maker space programs, maker space authors, musicians, lots of things happening," said Sue Lagerman, library program manager.
Lagerman, said the program goes through August 11th.
"It's fun to see kids, excited about reading," said Lagerman.
Students like Dylan Deprey, an incoming freshman at Preble High School, he said he loves the freedom of picking whichever book he wants to read.
"Thats one thing because I like reading sports books, I didn't have to I got to read a sports book, I didn't have to read a specific book," said Deprey.
Whether it's novels or picture books, there's sure to be a story that will spark your child's imagination all summer long.