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MeME Tales

Text-highlighted audio read-along option to help beginning readers who need assistance. The app comes with 20 free books when you first install it.
For Readalongs

Promoting childhood literacy is as easy as reading to a child for 20 minutes each day.

Please help us reach our goal by filling out the
​form promising to help your child start on the path to success.

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Booksy: Learn to Read for K-2
Booksy is a library of age appropriate, interesting level-readers.
For the developing reader

Dr. Seuss’ ABC’s
Learn your ABCs with Dr. Seuss in this interactive book app for young readers!
For the beginning reader

Awesome Apps

What Programs are

Available this Summer?

to the Let’s Read 20
​Endowment Fund!

What is the 

Summer Reading Program?


Students can follow along as the story is read to them and can, in some instances, help create their own story. The website is highly engaging and a favorite of young readers.

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MISSION: LET’S READ 20 is dedicated to building a Community of readers by encouraging everyone to read to a child for at least
​20 minutes each day from birth through elementary school.

Painless Reading Comprehension
The Barron’s Painless book series just took Reading Comprehension to the next level, fun!
For the improving reader

Beat the Summer Slide ~ Stay Engaged 
Parent Tip Sheet
Summer brings on the slowdown time for learning. But that doesn't have to be the case. Stay engaged, read and get involved.
Marion Public Library offers Summer Read Club where children earn prizes for reaching different reading levels.
Kick off of Summer Reading Club is Saturday, June 9 at 10am with Dr. Whiz Bang Science Guy.
Check out for dates and times for events.

​Marion City Schools Food Service program Summer Lunch Sites

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Watch and learn more about why
it's important ​to read to a child!

Additional Resources

With its Kids’ Zone, the Marion Public Library has online resources to enhance a child’s reading experience, as well as trained staff to help you pick out an age-appropriate book to read today.

Story Line Online
Developed by The Screen Actors Guild Foundation, Storyline Online features accomplished actors and actresses reading some of their favorite children’s books.

Goal: 5,000 Promises

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445 East Church Street | Marion, OH 43302

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Step Up to Quality
A state-based information and rating system for preschools.

Reading First Ohio
Get involved with your child’s learning with tips and a parent toolkit to help your young reader grow.

Read Write Think
Parent and after school resources grouped by grades (K-12) including books and activities.

International Children’s Digital Library
A repository of books and resources from around the world, offer opportunities to engage readers of all levels.

Reading is Fundamental – Activities
A comprehensive list of book suggestions and activities to enhance reading interest and experience.

Reading Beach Bags
A collection of stories and reading activities.

K12 Reader
Reading resources including printable worksheets and lessons.
Resources and professional guidance for teachers grades 4–12.

Read Write Think - Classroom Resources
Lessons, Interactives, Activities, and Instructional Support.

Featured Resource

Why do children need you to read with them for 20 minutes tonight?


Reading, like other skills, is best developed when it becomes repetitive. Forming the habit of reading at a young age is linked to higher performance and achievement throughout life.