What is Summer Reading for Kids?
Summer Reading at the Robbins Library and Fox Branch Library is a non-competitive program that encourages kids and families to read for fun throughout the summer months.
Who can sign up for Summer Reading for Kids?
Kids 0-14 are welcome to sign up for Summer Reading. If you like reading on your own, reading with a friend or family, reading to your pet/neighbor/sibling OR listening to someone read to you, you will love the Summer Reading Program!
How can I sign up for Summer Reading for Kids?
Use the Kids Summer Reading Registration to sign up. Enter your name, age, and school.
Kids can sign up for Summer Reading throughout the summer. Children receive a free book for registering for Summer Reading and a 2nd free book after completing 10 hours of reading or listening. Come into either the Robbins Library or Fox Branch Library to collect your book or come to our outdoor Garden Giveaways (Winfield Robbins Memorial Garden, weather permitting) on July 28 from 4-5:30 (stay for our outdoor concert) and August 8 from 2:00-3:30.
Keep track of the time that you read or listen with our Kids Summer Reading Tracking Log.
How can I vote for the Summer Reading New England Animal mascot?
This summer you can vote for one of three New England animals every time you complete 10 hours of reading. Come into either the Robbins Library or Fox Branch Library and vote for a skunk, a woodpecker or a toad with a marble. We’ll announce the winner at the end of the summer.