Dig into reading with the 2013 Summer Reading Program
The program begins May 20 and lasts until July 31, 2013!
Guidelines for Children Birth through 5th grade
Listen (Children 0-6)
Share 24 books with your Listener to earn a free book. Up to three (3) paperback or board books may be earned over the summer.
Read (Children 6-11)
Readers earn a free paperback book for every 360 minutes they read or listen to a book. Up to three (3) paperback books can be earned over the summer. Be sure to log your books online or visit a Library branch to pick up a reading log.
Children are encouraged to read independently at their own reading level.
Both Listeners and Readers may choose a non-book prize instead of a 3rd book.
Children can continue to log their reading or listening after attaining all three levels.
To receive prizes visit any Mid-Continent Public Library branch (except Midwest Genealogy Center). Library staff can access the participant’s online reading log or will accept a completed paper log.
Guidelines for the Group Summer Reading Program
Daycares, community centers, and summer schools are encouraged to enroll their children in the summer reading program. Listeners can earn prizes for the books you read them as a group and individual readers can earn their own prizes by reading at their level. Contact your local branch for registration!
Interested in contributing to the Summer Reading Program Fund? Find out more here.
Contact your Library Branch if you have any questions.
Find out about the Teen Summer Reading Program!