Summer Reading @ the Library

June 21 - August 5, 2017
For all ages!


Programs and prizes for everyone and every interest will be offered thoroughout the summer months! You can record your reading from home, office or on the road, using our convenient online reading log software, starting June 21st. You can "build" things in many Maker programs and also help make a "better world" through good deeds.

Organized Summer Reading activities run through August 5th, but children can continue to record their reading and earn prizes until the day before school starts.

Our new reading log program has some bonus features for more fun and also allows mutiple family members to be managed together. Ask a staff member or one of our teen Summer Reading Program volunteers to help you get started.

 


Pre-School Summer Reading Program

For children from birth to age 5 and their parents.  Pre-readers can now log their shared reading experiences with a parent or caregiver and earn prizes just like the big kids! Find out more.



Children's Summer Reading Program

For children going into kindergarten through 5th grade. Read a book; have someone read a book to you; listen to an audiobook and then log your reading online! We'll reward you for all your hard work! Find out more.


Teen Summer Reading Program

For students going into grades 6 through 12; read stuff, get stuff, make stuff. Read books, listen to audiobooks, read magazines, read  comics, just read!  Track what you read and earn prizes and raffle tickets. We also have fun programs for you to attend. Find out more.


Adult Summer Reading Program

For adults of all ages!

Share book suggestions and find out what others are reading. Read a book or listen to an audiobook, and enter the raffle for one of our weekly prizes. Attend a program or workshop and help to build a better world!  Find out more.


 

 

2017 Summer Reading Sponsors

Books on the Common
Deborah Ann’s Sweet Shoppe
The Toy Chest


Reading Recommendations:

For Children
For Teens
For Adults

School Lists
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1st
2nd
3rd
4th and 5th

The Governor’s Challenge

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