Byline: Karen Kutz Daily Herald Correspondent
Now that school's out, it's time to start a reading program.
Before assuming your child won't be interested or you won't have time, take another look at the ways your local library helps make reading more fun - and rewarding.
Out-of-school reading hours may come alive for your child when lots of incentives and prizes are part of the picture, local librarians say.
And even if your child reads nothing but the "Goosebumps" series by R.L. Stine this summer, that's OK, librarians say. At least your child is reading.
"The pictures on the cover are a bit misleading," said Annis Annala, a youth …