April 16, 2021
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By Gail M. Willims
Muleshoe Journal Correspondent

Week 5 of the Muleshoe Library Summer Reading Program focuses on non-fiction with topics that include biography, biology, crafts, cooking and dinosaurs.
The Muleshoe Library Summer Reading Program started June 1, according to librarian Dyan Dunagan.
Muleshoe Library remains open; however, if parents don’t feel comfortable bringing their children to the library, there are other options.
Those who complete all the challenges are eligible for a prize.
You can access Scholastic Bookflix, an electronic library resource, by going to muleshoe.biblionix.com. Another option is Libby, which offers ebooks and audiobooks for young readers. Call the library at 806-272-4707 for more information or if you want to apply for a library card.
Muleshoe Area Public Library is located at 322 W 2nd St, Muleshoe. Find them on Facebook.



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