Readers of all ages can explore the animal kingdom at the Williamson County Public Library’s Tails and Tales summer reading program.
The summer reading program is open to everyone, from babies to adults. It is divided into three sections — youth, teens and adults — with a variety of educational and entertaining performances, guest speakers, prize drawings, story times and more. These and all library programs are free and open to the public.
Performances will be in person and online, and a fun new addition this summer is Checkers TV, a 13-weekly episode video variety show with crafts, songs, animal experts, book recommendations and more.
Registration officially began on June 1 via Beanstack, an online logging system. It helps everyone keep track of their reading and optional activities over the summer. Beanstack can be accessed online at https://williamsoncounty.beanstack.org/reader365 or on a free mobile app.
The WCPLS 2021 summer reading program is made possible by the generous annual support of the Williamson County Library Foundation and other sponsors. Learn more about the summer reading program and how to register at https://www.wcpltn.org/166/Summer-Reading-Program-Tails-and-Tales-2. Find more information about this event, plus other programs and services, by calling the library’s children’s department at 615-595-1244 for youth- and teen-related questions, and the reference department at 615-595-1243 for adult-related questions.
The Williamson County Public Library is located in Franklin at 1314 Columbia Ave. Branches are located in Bethesda, College Grove, Fairview, Leiper’s Fork and Nolensville. Receive library events and announcements in your email inbox by visiting https://www.wcpltn.org/277/Newsletter-Sign-Up to register for the library’s e-newsletter. The library can be found on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, WordPress and Twitter via @wcpltn.