This summer Durham County Library is celebrating readers throughout Summer Reading, which runs from June 17 through August 12. This week’s summer reader of the week is Myles Ettu.
Myles is 12 years old and a rising 7th grader. Myles loves coming to the North Regional Library. It is not unusual to find Myles relaxing between the bookshelves reading his favorite titles. He is an avid reader. He loves books and is an adventurous learner. Myles especially enjoys graphic novels and is a Battle of the Books participant.
Summer Reading at Durham County Library is free and open to people of all ages. This year’s theme is Build a Better World. Reading stretches the imagination, deepens our capacity to empathize with others, and helps students retain academic gains over the summer months.
Durham County Library encourages reading every day. Babies love books, too! It’s never too early to start reading together. Children, teens, and adults can earn prizes by reading, visiting each Durham County Library, participating in library programs, exploring a library database or electronic resource, and volunteering in the community.
To register for Summer Reading and learn more, visit your local library or check out DurhamCountyLibrary.org/SummerReading. Stop by the library to discover something new, participate in community, and help build a better world.