What is Summer Reading?
Summer Reading at the Robbins and Fox Libraries is a non-competitive program that lasts all summer long, encouraging kids ages 0-14 and families to read for fun throughout the summer months!
Kids can sign up for Summer Reading throughout the summer. Get a free book for registering for Summer Reading and a 2nd free book when you complete 10 hours of reading or listening to someone to you!
This summer, kids can support an endangered animal through their summer reading! Help us decide which endangered animal in New England to support with the World Wildlife Fund: a red fox, a snowy owl or an octopus! Each hour spent reading / listening earns you one online vote for your favorite animal.
Sign up for Summer Reading, Print a Reading Chart & Log Summer Reading Hours
Other ways to sign up for Summer Reading:
1) During a visit to the Children's Room at the Robbins or Fox Libraries.
2) During a Book Giveaway event in the Winfield Robbins Memorial Garden.
Click here to log your time spent reading / listening + cast your vote to support a red fox, a snowy owl or an octopus!
Mark Your Calendar: Book Giveaways!
Book Giveaways are held in the Winfield Robbins Memorial Garden between the Robbins Library and Town Hall (weather permitting).
Summer Reading Kickoff: Saturday, June 19 from 10am to 12pm
Wednesday, June 30 from 10am to 12pm
Thursday, July 15 from 2pm to 4pm
Friday, July 30 from 10am to 12pm
Tuesday, August 10 from 2pm to 4pm
Friday, August 20 from 10am to 12pm