South Holland Public Library
SOUTH HOLLAND | Children practiced their reading skills on Monday when dogs trained by Power Paws for Kids visited the South Holland Public Library to listen to stories.
Eight-year-old Abby Kooy pets Harley, a black Labador retriever, as 5-year-old Amani Harrington reads to the dog Monday evening at the South Holland Public Library. Harley is trained and certified by Power Paws for Kids. Harley is held by Linda Peters.
SOUTH HOLLAND | The South Holland Public Library hosted a science program for youth on Thursday evening.
Nancy Morris of the South Holland Public Library creates a vortex by spinning two pop bottles during a program on wild science Thursday at the library. The gravity-driven "tornado" in the bottle spins clockwise because the experiment was conducted north of the equator.
A participant in the Weird and Wacky Science Fun program Thursday at the South Holland Public Library learns about potential and kinetic energy as he conducts an experiment using a toothpick attached to a rubber band.
SOUTH HOLLAND | The South Holland Public Library held a Fantastic Flyers program on Aug. 15. Participants learned about flying paper airplanes, constructed their own airplane, and participated in a Fantastic Flyers contest.
Participating in the Fantastic Flyers program at the South Holland Library are from left, Eric S., of South Holland; Ericka R. and Turhan R., of Thornton, and Ben M., of South Holland.
SOUTH HOLLAND | The South Holland Public Library recently offered a marshmallow structures program.
Sarah J. shows off her marshmallow structure at the South Holland library.
Children need to know the magnitude and worthiness of the written word; the community understands this and thus, offers invaluable reading programs to assist.
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