Get stuck on Mentor Public Library’s button club

Kids from second through fifth grade can read books and earn buttons from MPL's button club.

Kids from second through fifth grade can earn buttons by reading books with MPL’s button club.

Mentor Public Library has started a Button Club as a fun way to rewards kids for exploring different genres and types of book.

Kids who check out and read three books with each month’s theme will get a special button.

If the kids collect six buttons, they’ll also receive a Be Bright Read browsing bag.

March’s theme is mysteries, so get reading!

The Button Club is free to join and open to all kids in second through fifth grade. There’s also no registration necessary.

However, kids will need to pick up their Button Club form from children’s desk on the second floor of Mentor Public Library’s Main Branch.

Once they’ve read their books, they can bring back their completed form and check-out receipts to the children’s desk; and they’ll get their genre button.

If anyone has questions about the Button Club, call MPL’s Children’s Department at 440-255-8811 ext. 221.


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