Discover how the library can help kids be prepared to return to school in the fall by participating in summer learning.
Talk about books and reading this summer.
Talk about great books with other kids and teens! Clubs read books in a variety of genres and are available for youth entering kindergarten through grade 12.
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Keep reading over the summer months, a time when reading skills may decline. At the library, kids and teens can participate in Read Write Draw or Best Book Ever to celebrate reading success and win a free book.
Find books to match the interests of any reader. We have suggested reading for fans of adventure, fantasy, funny stories, nonfiction, and more!
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Check our complete list of summer learning programs for youth of all ages, or search for science, art, technology and more.
Explore the world around you.
Creative, hands-on activities for your inner artist.
Get active, use your mind and celebrate your fandom.
Summer is a time to engage with your library to be ready for the next school year. Have fun and help prevent learning loss with summer learning at your library.
Is your kid stuck in a summer reading rut? Try finding books based on their interests, check out a book list or reread an old favorite - in a new format.
With Read Write Draw and Best Book Ever, kids and teens share what they are reading and win a free book to keep this summer
Books offer readers the amazing ability to enter another world through windows and doors, or to see ourselves reflected in a mirror
With audiobooks and podcasts, bring your reading anywhere you can listen, while building vocabulary and comprehension skills.
The library is here to support learning and discover year round with events, new books, and tools for school success.
The drawings for Twins, Crayola Experience, and SeaLife tickets are now closed.
Thank you to our summer learning sponsors for providing free admissions and sharing information about summer learning at the library.