Get reading this summer with Bookawocky, a celebration of summer reading!

All you have to do is read a book and tell us what you think of it. Each book review slip you return will be entered into a weekly prize drawing. Open to ages 13 through 19; 12-year-olds may choose to participate in either the children or teen program.

Don't forget to join the fun at Ramsey County Library's annual Summer Reading Program celebration on Saturday, June 18 at the library in Roseville. Teen programming will be from 2 to 4 p.m.

"Bookawocky" is sponsored by the Friends of the Ramsey County Libraries and Metropolitan Library Service Agency (MELSA) and Flahertys Arden Bowl.



The following book clubs are geared toward students entering 6th and 7th grades. Find book titles on the Library's website or by calling the hosting library. Registration not required. Bring your own book.



The following book clubs are geared toward students entering 8th grade and up. Find book titles on the Library's website or by calling the hosting library. Enroll online or contact Teen Librarian Marcus at 651-724-6029 or mlowry@rclreads.org.



Calling all guys going into 6th and 7th grade. Come and talk about great books and enjoy free food. Find book titles on the Library's website or by calling the hosting library. Enroll online or contact Teen Librarian Marcus at 651-724-6029 or mlowry@rclreads.org.



Manga Book Club heats up for the summer! Talk about manga! Watch the anime! Snacks always provided, witty remarks optional.



Take it easy and read with like minded comic book enthusiasts. Play great games, eat snacks and hang around in the Community Center's Polar Room!



Do you love comics? Reading them, drawing them or hearing about the comic industry? Join us once a month for special guests, classes and more. Free hot dogs and other snacks always provided. Sponsored by The Source Comic Book Club.

Learn Scratch at Comic Book Club on June 16

Come learn to use Scratch, a program that makes it easy to create your own interactive stories, games and art. As you create Scratch projects, you'll learn important mathematical ideas, while also learning to think creatively, reason systematically and work collaboratively.



Take a break from the grind with a movie on the flat screen. Snacks provided! Contact Maplewood for movie titles.

This program is funded with money from Minnesota's Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.



Whether you're an Anime expert, or you are just curious, you're welcome at the Anime Club! We'll decide what to watch each time we meet.



Appropriate for ages 10 and older.
Come and play new video games and eat lots of pizza. No need to register. Just show up and have fun!



Wii, PS3, Kinect, board games and general zaniness are at Maplewood on Thursdays. Snacks always provided!



Learn new ways to be a better manga artist with this fun and instructional workshop led by artist Becky Grutzik. Enroll online or contact Teen Librarian Amy at 651-724-6065 or aboese@rclreads.org.



Beginners and experienced players alike should come to learn the ropes, give advice or exchange tips. Prizes will be provided to all players, including a full starter set of cards for each newbie!