Young patrons are learning how to “Build a Better World” at the Bertha Bartlett Public Library this summer. So far the kids have conquered STEM challenges with Keva Planks; made recycled art, gumdrop bridges and marble runs; built forts and explored buildings in other countries via virtual reality viewers. The teens are learning about volunteering and helping the community. There is still have plenty of summer left for kids to sign up for the reading program and earn prizes. The BBPL has something for all ages — from baby to adult!