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Today in History: June 19th

On June 19th, 1964, after a 75 day filibuster, the Civil Rights Act of 1964 was approved.

Come have Lunch at the Library this summer

All youth ages 2-18 are invited to enjoy a free and nutritious Lunch at the Library at Gilroy and Morgan Hill Libraries this summer.

Summer Reading Lists from Birth to 8th Grade from ALSC

ALSC, the Association for Library Services to Children, a division of the American Library Association, has the Summer Reading List for you.  Parents and kids, from birth through 8th grade will find a great suggestions for reading to take you everywhere!

Let's Read 100,000 Books Together this Summer!

Excitement and fun await as you explore, discover, and experience people, places, and things through reading. Ready to travel the globe, blast off into outer space, dive into the limitless world of your imagination?  Let us help you find exciting books to read this summer.  You can help...

FREE! “Summer Skills Camp” from Brainfuse

Students in grades 3-12 can stay engaged over the summer through mini lessons and games to brush up their academic skills.

Reading Takes You Everywhere!

Summer Reading runs June 1 to July 31 this year. Register on Beanstack and start logging your reading progress!

What's Making Her Angry Now?

After she left Tahiti, the fire goddess Pele sailed to the island of Hawaii and decided that her home would be in Mount Kilauea at the Halemaumau crater. 

SCCLD Joins PBS for The Great American Read!

Explore the list of 100 Books and vote for your favorite with PBS's The Great American Read

Spotlight on New Graphic Novels for Kids

Check out these new titles!

Soar, Don't Slide!

Keep learning this summer.  Just a little helps a lot!

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