•  Summer is almost here, which means it's time for SUMMER READING at the Wichita Public Library. Studies show that students who don't engage in learning during the summer can actually see a decline in academic progress (called the summer slide) when they return to school in the fall. Every summer, the Wichita Public Library encourages kids to continue learning by providing various events and a summer reading program that allows students to have fun activities and earn great prizes. It's an easy way to help your student continue reading while also providing some FUN and FREE activities around town!

     

    Who: 6th - 12 graders (Teens)
    What: Summer Reading Program at the Wichita Public Library
    When: May 23 - August 1, 2024
    Where: Sign-up at any Wichita Public Library Location
    Why: To keep reading during the summer months (and to prevent the summer slide)
    How: 3 easy steps!
         1. Sign up at any library location
         2. Set a reading goal for yourself & record what/when you read
         3. Once you've met your goal, collect your prize package - available June 27-August 1

    Looking for some other ideas on how to help your kids this summer? Check out these great tips from Scholastic for parents/guardians to help your student stay engaged throughout the summer and be academically ready to return to school in the fall.  

    You can find more information on the Wichita Public Library's Summer Reading site or by visiting a library near you!

     


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  • open ebooksThe Open eBooks App is great place to go to find FREE books to read. Download the app on to any mobile device and read digital books. Find anything from biographies to comic books all in one place.

     

    Log in information (including username and PIN number) is available from Mrs. Aberg in the library. If you have questions or trouble getting your account set up, contact Mrs. Aberg, Mead Library Teacher. Happy e-reading!