Adult Summer Reading 2015

June 19 - August 8


Share favorite books.

Read to win one of our weekly prize baskets.

Attend one of our many programs for adults.

Make Summer Reading a family affair!




Use our convenient online registration and reading log system:

Just read a book or listen to an audiobook and record the title online or on paper. For each entry submitted, you will be entered to win one of our weekly raffle prizes. Submit a review if you wish, and see what others are reading and recommending.

It's now easier than ever! Use our online Summer Reading program or submit a paper entry as in the past. Starting June 19th you can log into the program from anywhere you have the Internet - at home, at the Library, on vacation, even from a Smartphone. It's fast - it's easy - it's green! Library staff will be happy to help you register or log your reading. You can also submit your entries on printed forms available at the Library or by clicking here.

Stop by the Adult Services area to take a look at the beautiful gift baskets created by the Friends of the Library and be sure to join in this year's weekly drawings!

Questions? We're here to help: 203-438-2282 x12004.

 

Beach Reading Suggestions

Beach Reads with Brains and Bite 2015


Summer Reading Programs and Events

Join our MOOC!

The Rise of Superheroes and Their Impact on Pop Culture
:  Join us at the Library as we take part in a 5 session Massive Online Open Course (MOOC) presented by the Smithsonian and edX. Participants will watch this online course together on our big screen over a 5 week period and then have a discussion after each lecture led by Teen Services Librarian Geri Diorio.  This program is suitable for teens and adults. The dates for the Library sessions are Thursday, June 25, July 2, 9, 16 and 23 at 7 PM.

edX Course description: "Join the Smithsonian, and comic book industry legend Stan Lee, to explore the history of the comic book and the rise of superheroes. The ancient gods of Egyptian, Greek and Roman myths still exist, but today, they have superpowers, human foibles and secret identities. They come from comic books and graphic novels, and have taken over pop culture on the stage, screen, video games, and animation. From Superman® and Spider-Man®, to The Avengers® and The Hulk® and beyond, who are these heroes? And, how have they evolved from folklore and myth, across all cultures and religions?"

Please register hereYou will also need to register on the edX site (please note that the edX course begins in May but we won't begin viewing the MOOC together at the Library until June 25).

Hear more heroes' stories with other workshops, classes, talks, and book discussions:

Summer Reading Programs

Adult programs by type

Adult programs by date


Summer Reading Sponsors

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


Preschool Summer Reading Page

Children's Summer Reading Page

Teen Summer Reading Page

Ridgefield Library Comic Con

Reading Recommendations:
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