Summer Reading 2023 – Check back with us in May 2023 for our next Summer Adventure Read Beyond the Beaten Track Summer Fun Reading & Activities For Kids born to 12 years old
Online and face-to-face registration starts Monday, 23 May Reading & Activities (Scroll on for a list of activities) from 6 June
Summer Reading 2023
Research shows that families commit to reading for at least 15-20 minutes a day to help prevent “summer slump,” in which reading skills are lost and children are less prepared to return to school in the fall. Children who have not completed Grade 2 must be accompanied by a responsible adult whenever entering the library.
Private Equity Bosses’ Summer Reading Lists
Whether children are reading small steps, pages, numbers in a book, or using a reading stick or school calendar, our reading challenges are flexible to use. Remember, each lesson includes;
Time spent on any of these activities can be started in an online reading challenge on Beanstack or recorded in your child’s summer calendar.
Get the most out of your summer reading challenge by participating online with Beanstack. See how it works!
The Somers Library
Summer programming is back live with family events, classes, programs, weekly activities including sleepovers & build projects while supplies last. Registration is required for some classes. An activity fee applies to some artistic activities and is paid directly to the artist. The library reserves the right to cancel any event, class, program or activity due to reduced enrollment or other unforeseen circumstances.
Please note: masks are optional and social distancing may not be possible in events, classes and community programmes. Customers or guests showing signs or symptoms of possible illness are kindly asked not to attend the programme, event or class until such signs or symptoms have resolved.
All Summer – Reading challenges & library events, programs, classes and activities. For more information, click on the links for each of the events, programs, classes, and activities provided. The Texas State Library and Archives Commission (AC) runs the Texas Summer Program in partnership with the Collaborative Summer Library Program (CSLP) – a consortium of 50 states that work together to provide high-quality reading materials in libraries at the lowest possible cost.
Summer Reading Program 2023
AC has gained online access to CSLP programming manuals for every library location in Texas. This manual contains all the programming resources, charts, and book charts for next summer. Accessing these resources online provides a consistent and reliable experience.
Access codes are released through a special edition of the Summer Library program. Contact Christina Taylor at LD@ if you do not receive this information.
Access codes are case sensitive. Please share this information internally with someone on your staff working on the summer program, but do not post it on a publicly accessible site.
Summer Reading & Supply List
If you can’t access the e-mail manuals, contact Christina Taylor at LD@ We have several manuals on USB that can be written directly to your library.
Texas State University’s SCALEUP Program and the Texas State Libraries and Archives Commission partner to help local businesses grow.
The SCALEUP program is an evidence-based approach to understanding the unique challenges minority businesses face in growth.