• Mayor's Summer Reading Challenge

    Kids who read over the summer months are better prepared to start school in the fall. Mayor Rawlings and the Dallas Public Library challenge you to read or be read to at least 20 minutes a day from June 2 – August 11th. Ebooks and audiobooks count, but video games and websites do not. The challenge is for all ages including adults. #ReadEveryday

    Los niños que leen durante el verano  están mejor preparados para comenzar la escuela en el otoño. El alcalde Rawlings y la Biblioteca Pública de Dallas te desafían a leer o que te lean al menos 20 minutos al día desde junio 2 a agosto 11. Los libros electrónicos y audiolibros cuentan, pero no los video juegos y sitios web. El desafío es para todas las edades incluyendo adultos. #LeeCadaDia

    Sign up is now at your neighborhood Dallas Public Library or online at


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