Summer Reading

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2018 Summer Reading Programs 

Summer Reading is vital to keep your child reading on grade level. Students that don't read over the summer can lose more than a year's worth of reading progress in just a few months (this is called the Summer Slide, find out more here). Combat this by visiting our libraries this summer or borrowing e-books to read while school is out.


We will have summer hours at Intermediate (K-2 students are welcome) and Middle School (High School students are welcome) this summer! 


Even if you can't visit this summer, you can read for the Summer Reading Scavenger Hunt Game and enter to win prizes! See document below.


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You can get a free book from Barnes and Noble if you participate in their Summer Reading Program!


Want some audiobooks for long car trips? Checkout our ebook collection, Temple Public Library's ebook collection, or Audiobook Sync's Free Summer audiobooks for teens! If you need help with the audio books, check out our directions or contact the library at


Temple Public Library is also offering some Summer Reading activities. Checkout their website or the Friends of the Library Facebook page for more details! Harker Heights Public Library is also offering Summer Reading activities - see the pdf below or check out their webpage!


The Quirkles and the Fuddlebrook School series are offering a free e-book this summer!


Need Summer reading recommendations?

Check out these lists:

Brightly's Summer Reading Lists for All Ages

ALSC lists for birth-8th grade

Imagination Soup lists for all ages

 Scholastic Reading Lists for ages 0-15

Reading Lists from a fellow librarian on Pinterest

Bookshare Lists for all ages

I Can Read Summer Reading Challenge with Printouts!

Education World Summer Reading Lists for all ages

Austin ISD Summer Reading Lists