Book Club Program provides children with free tickets to the Port Discovery Children’s Museum – CBS Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WJZ) – The Enoch Pratt Free Library and Port Discovery Children’s Museum have been launched a ticket to the Discovery Book Clubaccording to museum staff.

This program is designed to promote reading among children in the Baltimore area.

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Children completing the program can get free admission to play at the Port Discovery Children’s Museum, staff said.

Throughout the month of May, children in the Baltimore area who are in fifth grade or younger and have an Enoch Pratt Free Library card can receive a special Ticket to Discovery bookmark from their local library department while stocks last, according to museum staff.

After reading or listening to five books, attendees can use the unique bookmark code to reserve up to two free admission tickets to the Port Discovery Children’s Museum through the museum’s online ticket system, staff said.

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Children participating in the program have until August 31, 2022 to complete it and visit the Port Discovery Children’s Museum.

Enoch Pratt Free Library staff and staff at the Port Discovery Children’s Museum have created a suggested book list of titles suitable for children of all reading levels, including children who have not yet learned to read, according to museum staff.

The Ticket to Discovery Book Club program has been launched just before the Port Discovery Children’s Museum is to welcome the special, time-limited Very Eric Carle: A very hungry, quiet, lonely, clumsy, busy exhibit for the museum.

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The Very Eric Carle exhibition features activities inspired by five of Eric Carle’s classic books. It will be open until September 5, 2022.

  • The very hungry caterpillar
  • The very quiet cricket
  • The very lonely firefly
  • The very clumsy click beetle
  • The very busy spider

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