Summer Reading Programs In Boulder, Lafayette, & Louisville

Summer is in almost here. We can all see and feel it coming just around the bend. No matter what you have going on this summer you may want to consider checking out these fun and engaging reading programs brought to us by our library system. My kids have participated and they have fun, get free books, collect stickers, and feel more engaged and motivated since they have to check in weekly at the library. It also gets us to go!

Boulder Public Library Reading Program

2012 Dream Big Summer Reading Program. All ages are welcome! Free.

  • Read and play our games, solve weekly riddles, receive books & prizes, attend special events, & celebrate with the End-of-Summer Pool Party – just for participants!

Starting on Tuesday, May  29th, you can drop in to any Library branch to sign up.  Call 303-441-3099 for more information!

Louisville Library Reading Program

The Louisville Library offers a Reading Buddies program forchildren K-2. The children are matched with mentors and meet once a week for an hour to work one-on-one on reading and literacy activities. The program is free but you must register. Register to be a Big Buddy (grades 7+) or a Little Buddy (K, 1, 2) here.

Lafayette Library Reading Program

Lafayette Reading Buddies is a reading program for children in 1st through 3rd grades. They are matched with older Buddies to enrich reading skills over the summer. You can apply for your child to be a Little Buddy here.

What else so you do to engage your kids over the summer?