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    For as long as I can remember, our family has taken part in our local library’s summer reading program. It is one of the highlights of the year because our library really goes all out. There’s a kick-off cookout event, multiple weekly activities related to the program, printable logs, and of course, awesome prizes for enthusiastic participants.

    However, we’re “city folk.” I realize that so many secular homeschooling families live rurally, and getting to the local library may be quite the haul. I also realize that not every library system has the resources or even the drive to organize things like our system does. So, for families who want to participate in a summer reading program but can’t find one that already exists ...
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