Summer Reading @ the Library: Every Hero Has a Story

June 19 - August 9, 2015

We have activities for children, teens and adults, so make Summer Reading a family affair!  You can record your reading from home, office or on the road, using our convenient online reading log software, and enjoy many great programs for all ages.

While the program officially ends Sunday, August 9th, you will still be able to access the online reading log until August 24th to enter your last books and to print out a list to take to school.  We will also continue to give out prizes and take photos until then.

 Pre-School Summer Reading Program

 

For children ages 2-5 and their parents.  Visit the Children's Library starting June 19th and pick up a book log/activity sheet. When the log is completed, pre-schoolers earn a Summer Reading poster. Find out more.







Children's Summer Reading Program

For kids going into Kindergarten through Grade 5. 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 explore heroes' stories!  Find out more.


 

 

2015 Summer Reading Sponsors

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


Reading Recommendations:

For Children
For Teens
For Adults

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

The Governor’s Challenge