Girl Adored’s princess, Moana, surprises children of all ages at all three Pulaski County Libraries during their Summer event, “Libraries Rock”.

“Libraries Rock” is a Summer reading program hosted by the Pulaski County Library District. The goal for children aged birth to Kindergarten is to read four hours and the goal for first grade to teens is to read eight hours. There are incentive prizes given by the libraries based on the reading goals.

Princess Moana was invited to entertain children at the libraries on Wednesday. Moana is a Disney princess who is an adventurous and fearless young lady who sets sail on a mission to save her people.

Girl Adored’s theme for the event was “Moana’s Magic Shell”. Girl Adored owner, Tai Kimes, shared that Moana gifted children with a magic reading rock that allowed them to hear special stories from her magic shells that she brought.

Tai stated, “Children also participated in a rock craft and enjoyed an interactive story with their favorite princess.” She continued, “The children were so engaged and excited!”

Girl Adored is all about the kids! The company hosts and assists family-friendly events and birthday parties that often feature princesses and other fictional characters that kids love to see.

The libraries Summer event will take place until July 18th with various other entertainers.

Summer reading program rules include:

Only books checked out from the Pulaski County Library can be counted.

Books should be at your reading level or above to count.

Child or parent is responsible for keeping track of time read.

July 18th is the last day to record books that you have read.

July 21st is the Summer Reading Program Party for those who have met their summer reading goal.

Those students who are going into 6th grade have the option of signing up for either the children’s or teen program, but not both.

Registration may be done online at More information may be found at any of the Pulaski County libraries or on the libraries Facebook pages.