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 this link for Kids Summer Reading Registration to sign up after June 17. Enter your name, age, and school.
Summer Reading begins on June 17, 2023 and kids can sign up 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.
Keep track of the time that you read or listen with our Summer Reading Bookmarks. Pick them up when you register or get a new one when you complete 10 hours of reading. Come on into the Robbins or Fox Library.
How can I vote for the Summer Reading Mysterious Animal?
This summer you can vote for one of three mysterious (and rarely seen) animals every time you complete 10 hours of reading. Come into either the Robbins Library or Fox Branch Library to use a marble to vote for a Red Lipped Bat Fish or a Pink Fairy Armadillo or an Amazonian Royal Flycatcher. We’ll announce the winner at the end of the summer. Summer Reading ends on August 31, 2023.