List of FREE Summer Reading Programs!

I am a HUGE advocate of  Summer Reading Programs.

I sign up my children for all of them.

Of course, the first place you need to check is your local library. I have never heard of a library that did not have a summer program.   And be sure to sign up for all local libraries within a 15 mile radius.  You can use the same book list for all the programs.  Most programs count books that are read a loud for the younger ones.  Just be sure to check with their policies.

Keep your children reading this summer . Here's a the list of all the summer reading programs for kids that they can participate in. I sign my kids up for all of them.Top FREE Summer Reading Programs

Keep your children reading this summer with this simple idea. My children love our book basket time.

Be sure to print the free summer reading log and bookmarks.

How many summer reading programs are you signing up your children for this summer?


  1. Stephanie says:

    Td bank also does a summer reading program. Tgeycwill put $10 into a savings account in your childs nane every year they read 10 books during the summer until they turn 18.

  2. Barnes and Noble usually has a summer reading program. Kids get a free book of their choice for reading. They have lots of titles to choose from.

  3. Marie west says:

    I wish more places would give incentives for the over 13 crowd! They get pushed out of every FUN program. I make my own program for my 13-18 year olds but it really is not the same. Also, you may want to include MENSA for kids reading …they have a very extensive list but when completed you get a TShirt.

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