PRIME TIME FAMILY READING TIME® is a six-week program of reading, discussion and storytelling held in public libraries. The program features award-winning children's books to stimulate discussion about humanities themes and problems encountered in everyday life. Each 90-minute session includes the reading of up to three books by a storyteller followed by facilitated discussion with a humanities scholar.
Programs can be presented in English or as a bilingual Spanish/English or Native American/Navajo program. Each PRIME TIME series typically serves 15 to 20 families comprised of parents and children ages 6 - 12. The program is also designed to include separate activities for pre-school children who are attending with older siblings.
ONLINE REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED!
There is a cost for the program at your school. Please contact Flo Trujillo for details.
PRIME TIME SCHEDULE 5:30pm-- REGISTRATION TABLE
Families arrive at first session Photo is taken (release form) Families receive their book bags Dinner/snack and survey
6:00pm-- LIBRARY AREA & Daycare Library Commercial Storyteller reads story Scholar/Discussion Leader
7:00pm-- SESSION ENDS prize giveaway at each session
Each PRIME TIME session includes a library commercial to introduce families to additional library resources including summer reading, story time, homework aids, GED materials, books on parenting and health care, computer/internet resources, and local and international newspapers and magazines.