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Cloquet Public Library Youth Website.
Cloquet Public Library's Calendar of Events. Click to learn details.
Climb Theater will present "Stubby the Elephant" at 1:30 p.m., Wed., June 11. Check out Climb's Website.
Storyteller Jack Pearson will give a program at 10 a.m., Tues., June 17. Check out his Website.
Animal Talk from the Doc at 1 p.m., Wed., June 25. Check out the Website.
Lake Superior Zoomobile arrives at 1 p.m., Wed., July 9. Check out the Website.
Zinghoppers will perform at noon, Thurs., July 31. Check out their Website.
Z Puppets will perform at 10:30 a.m., Wed., August 6. Check out their Website.
Find out if the book you are reading is an Accelerated Reader book on this link.
Check out one of Minnesota’s most celebrated children’s author on this Website
The Minnesota Children’s Museum
The Duluth Children’s Museum
Great Websites for Kids.
Newbery Medal Books are listed here.
Caldecott Medal Books are listed here.
2014 Summer Reading List
Great Websites for Kids
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Cloquet Public Library's Summer Reading Challenge allows you to set your own reading goals while the Library encourages you to meet those goals by offering incentives along the way. Check out our many new and popular titles, as well as music, movies and our exciting schedule of activities and programs for kids throughout the summer.
Keep track of your reading progress by books or pages read. Prizes will be awarded at these book levels or page levels:
· 15 books or 750 pages
· 30 books or 1500 pages
· 45 books or 2250 pages
· 60 books or 3000 pages
· 75 books or 3500 pages
· 100 books or 4000 pages
· 125+ books or 5000+ pages
Independent readers can record their own progress, and parents of preschoolers can register as a family and keep track of each child's progress separately. As in previous years, younger children will receive credit for books read aloud to them.
Please take the time to write a brief review of the books you read. Other children will enjoy what you have to say and may decide to read one of your picks. Enjoy!
This was an ok book. It was really easy to read.
Cloquet Public Library
The mouse and the bear are so nice to each other.
Cloquet Public Library
Merry Christmas, Big Hungry Bear!
Don and Audrey Wood