Imagine Your Story! Summer Reading Program






Oh, what stories we will have during this unusual Summer! The Wythe-Grayson Regional Library invites children of all ages to participate in our annual reading program. Stay tuned, program dates will be posted!






To register, contact us by mail, email, phone, or library drop box! The registration form is attached below.






Be sure to record the amazing stories you read on this years reading log!





We plan to have a safe and fun summer! By partnering up with Page Turner Adventures, we will have virtual programs from scheduled performers, “Grab & Go” bags, as well as online activities! To access their programs you will need to be apart of our Facebook Group, Page Turner Adventures WGRL SRP 2020.

For more fun, check out the other virtual programs that we will provide on our website, Facebook, the Wythe Grayson Youthlib Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram. Also check out Once Upon A Time series of book talks! For each book there is a video book talk, fun activity sheets, and a trick to learn!




Click on the slides below to check out the weeks Summer Reading Program fun!

For more information, please contact:

Rebecca Bennett
Youth Services
Grayson County Public Library
P.O. Box 159
Independence, VA 24348
276-773-3018 ext 29

Sarah Dye
Youth Services
Wythe County Public Library
300 E Monroe Street
Wytheville, VA
276-228-4951 ext 27

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