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Paws to Read - Librarian Pets

Meet your favorite librarian's pets all through summer library club. Check back every week for another cute critter. This week it's: 

Miss Carol and Mr. Nibbles

Mr. Nibbles. His name says it all.

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Paws to Read - Librarian Pets

Meet your favorite librarian's pets all through summer library club. Check back every week for another cute critter. This week it's: 

Miss Joanne and Watson

Bears fan, whose sole purpose in life is to be loved and retrieve his ball.

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Paws to Read - Librarian Pets

Meet your favorite librarian's pets all through summer library club. Check back every week for another cute critter! This week it's:

Miss Maggie and Fat Louie

Fat Louie is 9 years old. He has been with our family since Santa brought him to our house when he was only a few months old!  He loves to play outside, he loves to be brushed, and he is so friendly we sometimes wonder if he isn’t really a dog inside. He never hides from people, he loves to sing after he eats, and he is the best snuggler in the whole family.

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Summer Library Club is here!

The Summer Library Club at Fremont Public Library is gearing up! Visit the library six times between June 16 and July 27 and receive a free book, courtesy of the Friends of the Library, and coupons. This is for ages birth-6th grade and all children are welcome to participate. This is a great incentive to visit the library this summer so stop on by!

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Pokemon League Sets Up at Fremont

Join us every Saturday from 1:00pm-4:00pm for your chance to catch 'em all!

A Pokémon League is a fun and casual environment where people can meet to play the Pokémon Trading Card Game/Video Game and trade cards.  Players earn rewards for the games they play, usually exclusive Pokémon cards and badges.  Because fun and participation are the focus of a Pokémon League, players earn the same awards no matter whether they win or lose the games they play.

Pokémon games encourage people to learn.  Reading skills are required in most Pokémon games, as are math skills, strategic thinking and problem solving.   Through collecting and trading, Pokémon games also encourage sharing.  It’s a game than can be played by children as young as five (with some help), but can also be challenging for adults.  It’s a great game for family members to play together.  It doesn’t take up much space, so it’s great to pack for family trips.  It also emphasizes character development through the focus on sportsmanship and personal improvement.

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