Dive into a summer full of adventures! Summer Reading Program 2014

[ 0 ] June 12, 2014 |

Kids of all ages are invited to their local public library this summer to discover new books and presentations by summer reading program educators and artists. Plenty of educators are sure to spark a smile with their fizzy fun presentations!

  • Fizz Boom Read! (children’s program)
    Kids… You can get their summer reading done while having lots of fun! SEE magicians, storytellers, puppeteers, artists, dancers, musicians, and poets; WIN prizes, including free admission to exciting places; TALK about your favorite books; and, MEET other kids.
  • Spark a Reaction (teen program)
    Teens … Discover great books for their summer nights (and days). Check in at your local library to find out about great workshops … watercolor painting, cartooning, improv, crafting, animation, poetry, and magic.
  • Literary Elements (adult program)
    The adult summer reading program is designed to encourage adults to read during the summer months while creating positive publicity for the library.  Over the summer, adults can explore new genres or interests which gives the library the opportunity to highlight books of interest.  The adult summer reading program also offers an excellent model of lifelong learning and reading to the children participating in their own summer reading programs.SRP Slogans

    Spark a Reaction Literary Elements

Summer Reader and Teen Reader Wallet Cards

Summer readers, children and teens, may earn wallet cards for free admission to the listed Rhode Island attractions by participating in the summer reading program at their local public library. Requirements for earning the card may vary. Inquire in the children’s or teen services departments. Read Wallet Card Rules.


Programs are being added as the information becomes available.

About the Summer Reading Program

Information about the annual summer reading program.


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