Regent Reads—summer children’s literature series at the University Library

Written by Sarah Wolverton, Assistant to the Dean

Children and adults alike will delight at Jean Marzollo's retelling of famous Bible stories.
This July the Library will be hosting our third annual Regent Reads, a summer reading program for children ages five to nine. Each Tuesday morning, from 10:00 to 11:30 am, we will feature two illustrated books: one about a Biblical hero and one about a modern-day hero (such as a firefighter or missionary) read by members of the Regent and local communities. There will also be an interactive time with music and movement. Each program will conclude with snacks and coloring activities. We already have fifteen children signed up to attend, and the number rises almost daily—we are excited to share the love of reading with the children in our community!

For more information, see the Regent Reads webpage.