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Ultimate Guide to Free Summer Fun: Library Resources

The library may be one of the oldest mom summer hacks that are out there. That’s because your Mama knew a free book borrowed for two weeks would keep you occupied for many, many hours. Make sure your kids get to know the smell of a paper book and the joy of searching the shelves while also taking advantage of the many perks your library card entitles you to:

Use a library card to check out a FREE one day Michigan Activity Pass to any state park.

In addition to your “traditional” public library, you can look up a Little Free Library near you, too!

Check out a fishing pole and tackle box at Bacon Library in Wyandotte, then cast your reel and hope for the best!

Novi Public Library provides community events all summer long to promote summer reading.

If it is a rainy day, check out our Ultimate Library Guide to find a new local library to check out!

Southfield Public Library has summer reading events geared towards all ages all summer long.

Farmington Community Library has Thursday events throughout the summer. Pick up a reading log and start tracking!

Join Livonia’s Summer Reading program – you log reading time, math games, and more and get a free book once you’ve completed your reading guide!

Check out a summer reading events at Baldwin Library in Birmingham. They have everything from storytellers, crafts, to movies!

 

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