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2017 Summer Reading Program Guide 2017 Summer Reading Program Guide

Look inside the Summer Reading Program Guide to discover free, fun activities for every age group all summer long!
Look inside the Summer Reading Program Guide to discover free, fun activities for every age group all summer long!
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Omaha Reads 2016 Omaha Reads 2016

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Omaha Public Library celebrated its 12th annual Omaha Reads campaign with Anthony Doerr’s All The Light We Cannot See. The New York Times b…
Omaha Public Library celebrated its 12th annual Omaha Reads campaign with Anthony Doerr’s All The Light We Cannot See. The New York Times b…
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Omaha Reads 2015 Omaha Reads 2015

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Omaha Public Library celebrated its 11th annual Omaha Reads campaign with Rainbow Rowell's Eleanor & Park. More than 170 people attended an…
Omaha Public Library celebrated its 11th annual Omaha Reads campaign with Rainbow Rowell's Eleanor & Park. More than 170 people attended an…
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Omaha Reads 2014 Omaha Reads 2014

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Omaha Public Library celebrated 10 years of Omaha Reads in 2014. This year’s selection, The Meaning of Names by Karen Gettert Shoemaker, re…
Omaha Public Library celebrated 10 years of Omaha Reads in 2014. This year’s selection, The Meaning of Names by Karen Gettert Shoemaker, re…
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Omaha Reads 2013 Omaha Reads 2013

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During the ninth annual Omaha Reads campaign, OPL encouraged the community to join together in reading In Cold Blood by Truman Capote. The …
During the ninth annual Omaha Reads campaign, OPL encouraged the community to join together in reading In Cold Blood by Truman Capote. The …
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Omaha Reads 2012 Omaha Reads 2012

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It was the year of Edith Wharton! OPL celebrated Wharton’s 150th birthday by selecting The Age of Innocence as the 2012 Omaha Reads title. …
It was the year of Edith Wharton! OPL celebrated Wharton’s 150th birthday by selecting The Age of Innocence as the 2012 Omaha Reads title. …
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