Summer Reading

Register for the 2022 Summer Reading Program and discover Oceans of Possibilities with in person programs (both inside and outside the library), longer-term experiences that families can appreciate at their leisure, kit-based programs, and even a few virtual programs! Festivities begin on June 17th with our Summer Reading Kick Off Party, which will include lots of foam to dance and play in, marshmallow roasting, and lawn games. A full listing of events can be found on our Events Calendar, in our Kids Brochure and Teens Brochure.

Once you register, stop by the Youth Circulation Desk to pick up your summer reading materials, including a reading log. You can report books read by bringing your reading log to the library during any hours we are open to the public. Physical books, e-books, magazines, and audiobooks all count towards summer reading! If you can't make it to the library, but need a new reading log, you can access downlable copies below, but any list of books read will work:

All youth who participate in this year's program, through reading or program attendance are invited to our End of Summer Party at Maple Street Park on July 29th. This year, the No Strings Marionettes will be sharing an underwater adventure that will introduce children to the ocean, its inhabitants, and the threat of pollution poured into the water from above. We hope that you and your family can join us for this event to celebrate reading and community. In addition, youth participants will recieve a free book after the show.

Teens ages 12 and up who participate in the Summer Reading Program will earn raffle tickets for each book read or program/volunteer activity completed. We will hold an end of summer raffle at our Teen Volunteer Party on August 4th with prizes from local businesses and a $50 Amazon Gift Card. Teen volunteers should Register for Each Volunteer Activity they'd like to complete, and youth librarians will contact them with details.

We look forward to sharing stories with you this summer! If you have any questions about how to participate in this year's Summer Reading Program you can reach us in the library, by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or by phone at (802) 878-6956.