Welcome to the Clifton Park-Halfmoon Public Library's 2013 Summer Reading Programs Home Page. Click the tab of the program you are interested in, then register/log-in.
Online or In-Person registration for all Summer Reading Programs begins the week of June 17 and continues all summer.
Tadpole Readers 2013
SRC K-5 2013
Teen SRC 2013
No Events Currently Scheduled
2013 NYS Summer Reading Homepage
Library of Congress for Kids
Mango: Downloadable Foreign and ESL Language Courses
TumbleBooks: EBooks, AudioBooks, and much more!
Shen Kids Read: Summer Reading Survivial Guide for Elementary School-Aged Kids
Sports Illustrated Kids
Mid-Continent Library: Juvenile SeriesFinder
Welcome to the World of Jan Brett
Diary of a Wimpy Kid
Rick Riordan's Homepage
Bookhive: Charlotte Mecklenburg Library Guide to Children's Literature & Books
KidsReads: Reviews, Author Bios, Book & Series Lists
Judy Moody: Trivia, Games, Quizzes
Geronimo Stilton: Games, Coloring Pages, Music
Dav Pilkey's Extra Crunchy Website o' Fun
Kid Links: Hennepin County Library Booklists by Genre & More
(Shen Teachers Advocate Reading)
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Monday, July 22 at 10 AM
, SRC K-5 readers who have met the challenge of reading at least 500 minutes AND reading for a minimum of 25 days can collect their 2013 rewards: a certificate of completion, a book from the Summer Reader Rewards Collection, a lawn sign, required tickets if attending the
Summer Reader Celebration on Wednesday, August 7 at 6:30
, and a color changing mood dude.
Summer Reading Club
for children entering grades K-5
encourages reading for the fun of it, but also helps maintain reading skills over the summer. The Library offers creative, engaging programs to enhance the SRC experience.
Summer Reading 2013 launches the week of June 17 and
does not fill up or close out!
Register online or come to the Library any time after June 17.
Update this electronic log
track your minutes on paper at home, then come to the Library to have teen volunteers or staff log your reading time online. Once you've read at least 20 minutes a day for a minimum of 25 days and logged it, you're eligible for a new book of your choice from our Summer Reader Rewards Collection and some small surprises.
Speak with a teen volunteer about any book you're reading and pick a prize from our
SRC K-5 Treasure Chest
, and enter the weekly book raffle. It's so easy (one entry per week).
SRC K-5 Reader Celebration
will be held
Wednesday, August 7;
program and prize redemption ends Friday, August 16.
This program is supported in part by Federal Library Services and Technology Act funds, awarded to the New York State Library by the Federal Institute of Museum and Library Services.
They went on a train up the mountain.
Dora goes to School
This book is very good and very interesting.I would reccomend this book to anybody who likes fantasy and magic.
Septimus Heap Magck
This book is about a really creative tower that someone's neighbor made. He collected people's trash and created it into a big sculpture.
Dream Something Bid The Story of the Watts Towers
Dianna Hutts Aston
I liked the Tara the Tuesday Fairy because it was cool and awesome! These two main characters named Rachel and Kristy were helping Tara find Tara's Fun Day Flag.
Tara the Tuesday Fairy