Youth Summer Reading Club

Puss in boots happy with books, text: imagine your story REGISTER HERE for SRC  •  Keep track of your reading beginning May 16th, Prizes kick-off on May 30th



   TURN IN YOUR READING      •    ONLINE CALENDAR OF EVENTS     •    DOWNLOAD A READING LOG 


DETAILS FOR GRADES 1 - 6    •     DETAILS FOR TEENS    •   ADULT REGISTRATION    •    LIBRARY RESOURCES FOR YOUTH


Early Readers (birth to entering Kindergaden)  Turn in your reading here

puss in boots with a book

Every day that you read, write the book titles on the calendar.  Aim for two or more books per day.  It’s okay to repeat titles!  Kids learn and thrive in repetition and predictability. 

  • Special incentives for our youngest readers:
    • 24 days of reading: a scarf with suggested storytime connections and a light in the rainbow forest
    • 48 days of reading: an egg shaker with suggested learning connections, a book to keep chosen especially for you by our library staff, a certificate of achievement, and a character on the fairy tale wall.

  •  Live programs for Babies and preschoolers:
    • Monday
      • Live storytimes, 10:30 a.m. on Facebook Live
    • Tuesday
      • Live storytimes, 10:30 a.m. on Facebook Live
    • Thursdays
      • Puppet Shows,10:30 a.m., on Facebook Live
    • Fridays
      • Live storytimes, 10:30 a.m. on Facebook Live
      • Follow-Along Crafts, 2 p.m., on Facebook Live
    • Check out the library's online calendar for links and to see the special events every weekend!
  • Booklist for Early Readers

 

Elementary (entering 1st-6th grades) Turn in your reading here

animals reading on top of each other's heads, illustrationRead every day!  Aim for 30 minutes or more every day to keep your brain happy and healthy.  Write on the calendar approximately how many minutes you read each day.  When in doubt, the reading counts: whether in print or digital, books, audiobooks, and magazines all count as reading. 

  • Special incentives for elementary readers:
    • 12 hours: toy prize and a light in the rainbow forest
    • 24 hours: a book to keep chosen especially for you by our library staff, a certificate of achievement, and a character on the fairy tale wall
    • 48, 72, 96+ hours: for every additional 24 hours read, you will be awarded an additional book and another character on the fairy tale wall
  •  Live programs every Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, with special events on weekends, too: 
    • Wednesdays
      • K-2 Storytime, 10:30 a.m., on Facebook Live
      • Chapter Book Book Club, 2 p.m., on Zoom on
    • Thursdays
      • Puppet Shows, 10:30 a.m., on Facebook Live
      • Kids Writing Club 2 p.m,. on Zoom 
      • Tween programs (grades 4-7), 4 p.m. on Zoom
    • Fridays
      • Follow-Along Crafts, 2 p.m., on Facebook Live
    • Check out the full calendar for special events every weekend, too!
  • Booklist for Elementary Readers

 

Teens (entering 7th-12th grades)  Turn in your reading hereperson with wings on a stack of books

Read every day!  Aim for 30 minutes or more every day to keep your brain happy and healthy.  Write on the reading calendar approximately how many minutes you read each day.  When in doubt, the reading counts: whether in print or digital, books, audiobooks, and magazines all count as reading.   Reading for school and pleasure reading both count. 

  • Special incentives for teen readers are:
    • 12 hours: Red Bubble sticker and a light in the rainbow forest
    • 24 hours: a book to keep chosen especially for you by our library staff, a certificate of achievement, and a character on the fairy tale wall
    • 48, 72, 96+ hours: for every additional 24 hours read, you will be awarded an additional book and another character on the fairy tale wall
  • Live programs for Teens entering  grades 7-12
    • Mondays
      • Teen Writing Club on Mondays at 7pm on Google Hangouts
    • Tuesdays
      • Live program at 4 p.m. on Zoom
    • Thursdays
      • Live program at 4 p.m. on Zoom
    • The library also provides opportunities for remote volunteering for teens
  • Booklist for Teen Readers

 

Stay connected

* Visit wrightlibrary.org/calendar for up to date links and details on all programs

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