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By Dyan Dunagan

Books bring music to your life, and Muleshoe Area Public Library is the place to find books! Join the Summer Reading Club for reading fun, prizes and lots of special events. Rack up your reading minutes after you’ve registered through July 31. Special weekly programs and prize distribution begin the week of June 4. There will be a grand prize for the top readers in each group.
Children ages 2–1st grade have their programs from 10 a.m.-10:30 a.m. every Monday in June. The first 10 children to sign in at these programs will take home a book that’s read during the program. Parents must attend these programs with their children.
Children in 2nd–5th grades have their programs from 10 a.m.-11 a.m. every Tuesday in June. The library will try to provide each child a copy of the book “A Crooked Kind of Perfect” by Linda Urban. There will be some fun activities to do also. Each child is encouraged to wear Crazy Socks on June 26.
The library will be closed July 4, but every other Wednesday is Movie Day at the Library. All ages may attend these movies.
At 2 p.m. on July 11, the library will show the movie “Coco.” At 2 p.m. on July 18, the library will show the movie “Rock Dog.” At 2 p.m. on July 25, the library will show the movie “Sing.” Everyone is encouraged to attend. Children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult.
From 2 p.m-3p.m. Wednesday, June 20, the library will host a program with Eldrena Douma. Douma is a Texas Commission on the Arts Touring Artist who resides in Amarillo and Canyon, Texas. She comes from the Roadrunner Clan from her mother’s Pueblo of Laguna tribe in New Mexico and the Corn Clan from her father’s Tewa-Hopi tribe from First Mesa, Arizona. A Native American storyteller, Douma has been sharing stories and teaching people of all ages the Art of Storytelling and Developing a Story since 1992. All ages may attend this program, but children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult.
The library does have a Summer Reading Program for Adults. Please come by the library and talk to the librarians about this program.
All log-in sheets are to be turned in on July 31. Winners will be announced soon afterward.
Come find your adventure at your library today!

Rhea Gonzales


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