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Summer Reading Program

State Education officials say books still will be available to thousands of Michigan schoolchildren at libraries across the state as part of the Summer Reading program. Summer Reading is a free, voluntary program designed to encourage youths and teens to keep reading through engaging activities that tap into their personalities and interests, while preventing any loss in their reading skills over the summer months. State Superintendent Mike Flanagan says reading remains vitally important to learning and education throughout the year. The annual Summer Reading Program ramps up in June and runs all summer with activities, events and celebrations related to the 2014 theme of science.

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