The San Bernardino County Library invites you to travel back to the dinosaur days and join our Summer Reading Program for fun filled and educational programs and performers.

Each of our 32 branches are offering a program for all ages so stomp in, sign up and begin earning awesome rewards for reading! The best part: this program is absolutely free!

Four larger than life dinosaurs have invaded the Lewis Library in Fontana, James S. Thalman Library in Chino Hills, Hesperia Branch Library and Newton T. Bass Library in Apple Valley. The dinosaurs will only be here for 2 weeks so come see them before they’re extinct.

Participating in the Summer Reading Program has dino-sized benefits. Studies show children who read at least 5 books over the summer will maintain their reading level for the next school year so let’s get out there are READ!

Calling all dino supporters – for the second year, the San Bernardino County Library has partnered with Barnes & Noble in Redlands to host a Summer Bookfair in connection with the Summer Reading Program. From now until Saturday, August 9, 2014, if you shop at the Redlands Barnes & Noble store and mention the County Library or show this voucher here, the County Library will receive a percentage of the sales. The money earned will be used to purchase new youth materials for all 32 library branches.

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  1. Oooh, this is perfect for my 8-year old son! He loves reading and everything about dinosaurs so this event is going to make him so happy!

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