Fill out the form below by noon on Friday each week (just once a week!) and you will receive the Treat for the Week!
We are asking for your email as some of the treats are virtual and will be sent to you.
Complete these any time this summer! You can do whichever ones you like, as many times as you like! When you fill out your weekly Google form, you will indicate which challenges you completed.
- Read a book that offers a window to another culture
- Read a biography
- Read a book that makes you laugh
- Read a book with water on the cover
- Read outside
- Read to a sibling or pet
- Listen to an audiobook
- Read a downloaded book
- Read a collection of short stories or poems
- Read a book recommended by a librarian (Nutmeg books count! You can also email Ms. Eileen at email@example.com for a suggestion!)
- Make something (food, craft, artwork) inspired by something you’ve read
- Read a non-fiction book to learn something new
- Recommend a book to a friend or relative
- Read a book that someone in your family liked and wants you to read
- Visit RML outside to take part in our Seek & Find, Chalk Obstacle Course or other game!
Make sure you don’t miss out on programs, crafts and other fun activities that go with each special summer theme! Everything will be posted here on our website.
- June 20 – 26: Pets & Pals
- June 27 – July 3: Celebrate America!
- July 4 – July 10: Beetles, Bugs & Butterflies
- July 11 – July 17: The Science of Summer
- July 18 – 24: Fairies, Fantasy & Fun
- July 25 – 31: The Great Outdoors
- August 1 – 7: Creatures of the Sea
- August 8 – 14: Goin’ on a Picnic
Lunch Bunch began July 10! Best for ages 2-6. For more information, check out the flyer here or call us at 860-295-6210 for more information.
Fairy Village! Help us turn our picnic area into a Fairy Village on Wednesday, July 22. Sign up for a time slot to come on over and create your own little fairy house. Bring natural supplies you collect, or gather some items when you are here. Things found in nature work best and remember, the Library can’t be responsible for anything you leave outside. Check out the KidLit Library blog for pictures from past Fairy Village events!
Treat of the Week:
Fill out your weekly Google reading form and earn a Library2Go Mermaid or Pirate Craft Kit!
Many of your favorite movies have roots in mythology and fairytales!
Watch one of these movies and follow the links for more information on where the ideas for each movie came from! (Collaborative Summer Library Program (CSLP) 2020 Manual). We have all these movies available at RML!
The Book of Life (2014), PG, 1 hr 35 min
Mythology information: https://bit.ly/2OgEh46
Coco (2017), PG, 1 hr 45 min
Mythology information: https://bit.ly/2TAj50p
Frozen (2013), PG, 1 hr 32 min
Mythology information: https://bit.ly/2F3oa7q
Moana (2016), PG, 1 hr 47 min
Mythology information: https://bit.ly/2TLoqBk
Song of the Sea (2014), PG, 1 hr 33 min
Mythology information: https://bit.ly/2HEjwjh
Joke of the Week:
Q. How does a dragon see at night?
A. With a knight light!
Free downloadable coloring book of flowers from our friends at the Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center & artist Elissa Sweet
Highlighted Author/Illustrator: Jane Yolen
This woman is the queen of children’s literature. She has written over 300 books, including the popular Why Do Dinosaurs series, written poetry, easy readers, the award-winning Owl Moon, and of course, fantasy.