The Delphos Public Library kicked off the “Fizz! Boom! Read” Summer Reading Program Tuesday. Above: Library Page Sarah Brotherwood, right, shows Emma Mueller, left, Eli Mueller, Ashley Youngpeter and Paris Adams “magic worms” using a worm-activating solution in water and adding “worm goo.” The result is similar to silly string. The program include readers of all ages with “Super Science Squad” for grades K-5; “Reading Robots” for preschoolers; “Spark a Reaction” for teens; and “Literary Elements” for adults. Family Nights are a huge draw for the program. Preschoolers and parents will enjoy Tyler Nygren and his magic show at 6:30 p.m. July 17 and the “Super Science Squad” will see science come alive with Mr. Molecule at 6:30 p.m. June 24 at Jefferson Middle School Auditorium. Signup averages 300 children with the library seeing more than 2,000 throughout the five weeks. Readers should know the reading requirements have changed due to a shorter program because of an extended school year. Reading requirements are 100 hours a week for a total of 500 hours. The program culminates with a pool party for grades K-5 who have completed the reading requirements. Families are welcome; sorry, no friends. Non-swimmers are free and parents and siblings are $1. The party will be held at 8 p.m. on June 22 with a rain date of June 24.