Submitted to the Herald Review LEROY \u2014 Families looking for a literacy adventure over the summer can find a six-week Summer Reading Program for children ages 5 to 13, and children younger than 5 with an adult, at the LeRoy Community Library, 104 W. Gilbert St., LeRoy. The program will run from 10 to 11:30 a.m. every Tuesday, June 26, to Tuesday, July 31, at the library. This year\u2019s theme is \u201cGrowing Readers through Gardening and the Arts\u201d and will include hands-on gardening projects, arts and crafts and a visit from renowned children\u2019s author David FitzSimmons. Award-winning author, photographer and naturalist David FitzSimmons will join attendees on Tuesday, July 24, for two performances. These performances will be at the Dewings Center for Creative Arts, 203 Albert St., LeRoy. The first performance, \u201cMichigan Curious Critters\u201d and \u201cWakem the Rooster\u201d puppet show and crafts, will be from 10 to 11:30 a.m. and is geared toward younger children, but all may attend. Older children and adults will see animal photos on a big screen and hear critter stories in FitzSimmons\u2019 \u201cFrom Photograph to Book,\u201d presentation from 1 to 3 p.m. A book sale and signing will be available at both events. David FitzSimmons\u2019 visit is a free event sponsored by Dewings Center for Creative Arts and the LeRoy Community Library. Food and entertainment will conclude the Summer Reading Program on July 31 at the library.