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Earn free books and raffle tickets to win gift cards. Sign-up begins Monday, July 1. Kids entering grades 6-12 may sign up for the Teen Summer Reading Program.
The East Providence High School Summer Reading for 2013 can be found here
Stop by today to check out or reserve your book and get a jump start on your summer reading!
Search for Summer Reading Books in our catalog 
The Middle School Reading lists are below:
Teens can fulfill their community service hours at the library. Call our Teen Librarians, 434-2453, to make an appointment for an individual community service project.
Theater Fun! Five weeks of sessions with meetings three mornings each week. Participants will learn and practice many aspects of theater work, from character development to props, scenery and make-up. There will be two performances for family, friends, and the public. Codirectors are: Judy De Perla, teacher and theater consultant, and Scott Brousseau, EPHS alum and theater major at Roger Williams University.
Experience the gentle art of watercolor painting as you paint on an artist’s easel with the guidance of local artist Pam Santos. Leave with your own original watercolor. All supplies will be provided.
Artist Deenie Pacik Giuliano will guide participants in creating their own pendant or magnet using colorful pre-cut glass, crushed glass, powders, and dichroic glass. Later Deenie will bake the fused glass in the kiln at her home studio and participants can pick up their finished pieces at Weaver Library a week later.
presented by the RI Museum of Science & Art (RIMOSA)
Break light apart, put it back together, experiment with shadow sculpture, and otherwise get to know the visual portion of the electromagnetic spectrum.
It is called “nano” and it is one billionth of a meter in size. That’s the scale that’s used to measure atoms and molecules. And on that scale, common materials can have very unusual properties. Participants will not only learn about nano-scale, they will do hands-on experiments and make a nano project to take home.
Kids, 16 and younger, can “pay” their overdue fines by reading in the library.
Just tell a librarian when you start and finish reading, and we will waive $1 for every 30 minutes of reading.
Get help with homework, studying for an exam, or understanding today’s lesson. Math, Science, Social Studies, and English – all levels including AP.
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URLs in this post:
 Click here to see all of our Summer 2013 programs for kids in Middle and High School: http://www.eastprovidencelibrary.org/epl/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/2013-Teen-Summer-flyer.pdf
 EPHS Summer Reading: http://eastprovidencehighschool.com/web/content/english-summer-reading-all-levels-grades-9-12
 our catalog: http://encore.oslri.net/iii/encore/search/C__Sephs+srl+2013__Orightresult__U1?lang=eng&suite=cobalt
 Grade 6: http://www.eastprovidencelibrary.org/epl/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/2013-2014SRGrade6.pdf
 Grade 7: http://www.eastprovidencelibrary.org/epl/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/2013-2014SRGrade7.pdf
 Grade 8: http://www.eastprovidencelibrary.org/epl/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/2013-2014SRGrade8.pdf
 AMERICAN HISTORY THROUGH 1800: http://www.eastprovidencelibrary.org/epl/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/Smith-American-history-through-1800.pdf
 FOR AMERICAN HISTORY 1800 THROUGH WORLD WAR I: http://www.eastprovidencelibrary.org/epl/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/Smith-American-history-1800-through-world-war-I.pdf
 CIVICS: http://www.eastprovidencelibrary.org/epl/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/Smith-Civics.pdf
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