Summer Reading K-8: Home

Summer is a great time to read some great books and get involved in your local public library summer reading programs. This guide will provide book recommendations, information on summer reading programs in the area, and other fun activities.

Summer Reading

Summer Reading Guide

Summer Reading Guide Introduction

Become your own hero this summer and READ!

You can use this guide to find book lists and reading resources for a summer full of reading adventures. Start by finding books you want to read with the book lists found on either the Elementary or Middle School pages. If you need more help finding a book, use the Find a Book page. You can place books on hold at your local public library using the links provided on the Libraries page. Then head to your local library to check out books and participate in their free summer reading program. If you want to have even more fun this summer, try out some of the interactive tools and activities found on the Activities page. Finally, keep track of your reading & you can earn a free book just for reaching your goal. You may also be able to earn free books and other rewards from local businesses. Look for their programs on the Reading Incentives page.

A Hero Is Born

Inspirational Quote


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Veronica Woodward
St. Mary School

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