Give Our Reading Bugs A Good Home

August 30, 2008 // Filed under Blog

photo source – Bernardsville Public Library

photo source – Bernardsville Public Library

photo source – Bernardsville Public Library


The children’s summer reading program at Bernardsville Public Library is a resounding success due in part to the presence of our charming “reading bugs,” some of which are seen above. Located throughout the library, these bug sculptures set a great example for our young patrons to follow all summer long. Created by Keiko Matsuura, a library volunteer, Bernardsville Library’s reading bugs have attracted the attention of adults as well as kids. In fact, numerous people have expressed an interest in taking these bugs home. In response to this interest, a silent auction for the reading bugs is now being conducted in the children’s wing of the library and will continue until September 13th. If you would like a chance to take home one or more of these loveable, unique reading bugs, enter your bid on the clipboards located in the children’s wing. You may continue to “up” your bid as necessary until the closing of the silent auction at noon on September 13th. What a great way to continue the reading fever at your house!

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One Response to “Give Our Reading Bugs A Good Home”
  1. Harry Bliss says:

    I love what you’ve done with the place — bugs are wonderful!

    HBliss