The Summer Reading Program starts on Monday, June 5 and ends on Monday, August 7! This year we’ll have a separate Teen Challenge program for teens 12 – 18 as well as the usual Time Spent Reading Challenge and the Non-fiction Challenge for kids 0 – 11.
Sign up for the Summer Reading Program by clicking HERE!
For complete details about the Summer Reading Program, please click on this link: Summer Reading Info flyer. CLICK ON THE SMALL DOCUMENT TO MAKE IT BIGGER.
For information on the Grand Prizes, either scroll to the bottom of this page or click on this link for a complete list: LIST OF 2023 PRIZES (click again on the document when it opens)
If you sign up by Monday, June 5 you’ll be able to attend our special Corbin Maxey event on Tuesday, June 6 at 1 pm at Middleton Middle School.
If your child is in the Middleton School District and you live in the County (not in Middleton City limits) you can get a special Summer Reading Library card that will be valid from June 5 through August 11. A parent/guardian 18+ in age needs to come into the library with a photo ID for us to issue the card. Homeschooling families who live within the Middleton School District are also welcome to apply for a Summer Reading Library Card.
If you’ve signed up already and your child is ready to enter their time spent or nonfiction categories completed, please click below on the appropriate category:
To enter your child’s Time Spent reading, click HERE. This is for 0 -11 year olds.
To enter your child’s Nonfiction categories completed, click HERE. This is for 0 – 11 year olds.
Teens between 12 – 18 use a paper tracking sheet and will turn it in at the front desk to be checked off.
If you need tracking sheets you can print out at home, please click on the appropriate categories below (or come into the library and pick them up). CLICK AGAIN ON THE DOCUMENT WHEN IT OPENS TO MAKE IT BIGGER AND TO PRINT IT.
Time Spent Reading Challenge 2023
ages 0 – 6 nonfiction tracking sheet
ages 7-11 nonfiction tracking sheet
The Summer Reading Program is designed to help “Summer Slide”. “Summer slide” is the tendency for students to lose some of the
achievement gains they made during the previous school year. The Summer Reading Program begins on Monday, June 5 and ends on Saturday, August 5. Time spent reading is entered once a week online. Nonfiction category reading is entered when the child has read the appropriate number of books in each category. We provide weekly prizes as well as grand prizes to incentivize children 0-18 to read.