Participating in a summer reading program is a great way to help students avoid the “summer slide” and keep them engaged while school is out, BUT summer reading is for everyone, regardless of age! Kids, teens, and adults are all encouraged to read, explore, and have fun with us all summer long!
Registration has ended for this summer!
There are a limited number of Summer Reading kits still available for in-person pickup at the library, as supplies last. If you would like to access summer reading materials digitally, you can do so online here or with the free ReadSqaured app
Keep Tracking Your Reading
Use your Summer Reading log to keep track of the minutes you spend reading this summer, or track your reading online or with the free ReadSqaured app! You can read whatever you want – they don’t even have to be library books. There are also themed weekly reading challenges to help you find something different to read. Gibsonville 2020 Reading Log
And don’t forget to send in your total minutes read at the end of summer reading (July 25) — there is a postcard in each summer reading kit that you can send in, or just call 336-449-6455 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your total. Or, submit online using the form at the top of this page!
Teens and adults are encouraged to participate in our summer writing contest. Winning entries in each category and age group will be included in a book to be published by the library!
Stories must be submitted by Sunday, July 26 to be considered. Get all the details and submission guidelines here.