Santa Monica News
New Adult Summer Reading Program
By Shelby Stiner
Jul 6, 2013 - 3:47:59 PM

SANTA MONICA—The Santa Monica Public Library has started its first Adult Summer Reading Program called “Groundbreaking Reads.” The program will include author talks, book discussions, and film screenings.

The first event of the program is “Blind Date with a Book.” The books are wrapped in plain paper with a short description on the front and placed on a display in the library’s lobby. According to the Santa Monica Public Library, concealing the books’ identities encourages readers to discover new authors and genres they may have never read before.

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Santa Monica Main Public Library


To be eligible to win prizes for the summer reading program activities, pick up a form at any Santa Monica Public Library and turn in the completed form by August 17.

All Adult Summer Reading events are free and open to the public.

To learn more about the Adult Summer Reading Program visit smpl.org/AdultSummerReading.aspx or contact the Santa Monica Public Library at 310-458-8600.



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